- n. A social-networking web site, founded in 2004 and originally known as The Facebook.
- v. intransitive To use the social-networking site Facebook.
- v. transitive To send a message or leave a comment on Facebook.
- From facebook (Wiktionary)
“Let the hacking begin: If facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn't Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way?”
“If facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn't Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way?”
“Inside Facebook said the rumored email service was dubbed "Project Titan" by Facebook employees and speculates the social network could "be giving users an @facebook.com email address to which email could be sent and read within the messages product, as well as POP and IMAP support for reading your Facebook inbox from other email clients.”
“Users will also be assigned an "@facebook.com" email address, but don't call this an "email killer," says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.”
“When Facebook recently launched its \ "Peace on Facebook\" section, many were puzzled: Why would a site which initially catered to college freshmen have the gumption to identify itself with world peace?”
“He explains why you'll see a link to Danny Sullivan with site:facebook.com "danny sullivan" even tho Google hasn't crawled it yet - but it will as Facebook makes the public listings available.”
“On the other hand, Shareaholic has support for a much wider range of sites, includin LJ and Delicious, but you can only post one at a time - meaning that Nemi cartoon will probably only make my facebook and twitter feed when the LJ updates to both of them and if people can be bothered to click hi, people on Facebook and Twitter!”
“Again if you are in this position this strikes me as a no-brainer – as described in a TechCrunch article you should go to facebook.com/username and log into Facebook.”
“Like anything in life, facebook could possibly be misused and yes people grow obsessions over insignificant things; however if you see it as your email account to keep you in touch with your loved ones and see what they are up to specially those far away..such as my mom.. and yes she has an active account too Facebook is a fantastic technology of this century.”
“However, though it appears to be 10X more powerful than facebook and 20X more powerful than standard e-mail alone, the question arises: Can it draw the audience that MySpace, Twitter and Facebook has?”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Facebook’.
A collection of book words.
A list of words that are odd or words that I have looked up.
Buzzwords of our time
The Sacred & Profane Memories of a Maid of Honor.
Looking for tweets for Facebook.