Chewbacca mask lady lives her best life with IRL Chewbacca at Facebook HQ



Candace Payne’s unstoppable joy has made it to Facebook HQ.

The Texas mom and Star Wars enthusiast, who delighted the Internet with her ecstatic reaction to a Chewbacca mask, visited Facebook headquarters on Tuesday after a special invitation from Mark Zuckerberg.

We invited Candace Paynewhose Chewbacca mask video got 141 million views and is now the most-watched Facebook Live video ever, to come by Facebook HQ today,” Zuckerberg wrote in a post. “And we had a fun surprise for her!”

That surprise was an IRL Chewbacca — a fitting companion for Payne’s day in Silicon Valley. And from the looks of it, the two had the best day ever. Read more…

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Facebook continues Southeast Asia march with new Malaysia office



Just two weeks from its Philippines office opening, Facebook has launched another office in Malaysia.

Facebook’s Asia-Pacific vice president, Dan Neary, announced the opening Wednesday.

He said the company counts 18 million Malaysians as active users, which makes up 81% of the country’s Internet base.

Facebook said 94% of its 12 million daily users access the social network via mobile phones.

Malaysians are also a social bunch. They have 60% more friends than the global average number on Facebook, and as a country are ranked 10th in the world for having the most friends. Read more…

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Facebook Has Spent $22 Billion on Acquisitions. That’s Equal to the GDP of Uganda.



Media juggernauts in today’s technology sector don’t hold back when it comes to spending top dollars on rising startups

Facebook in particular has spent a whopping $ 22 billion-plus on disclosed acquisitions since its inception in 2004WhatsApp, Instagram and 45 other companies are now under Facebook’s belt. It didn’t take Mark Zuckerberg very long to realize buying other companies is the best way to grow his own

The folks at Marketo created an infographic comparing the $ 22 billion-plus sum to the gross domestic products of countries, the net worth of celebrities, the price of making movies and values of professional sports teams. Take a look below: Read more…

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Is there a facebook application or some sort of way to receive a different inspirational quote each day?

Question by Mike: Is there a facebook application or some sort of way to receive a different inspirational quote each day?
like theres a bunch of random apps like random object of the day, or your lover of the day, your whatever. is there an inspirational quote of the day thing for facebook

Best answer:

Answer by Mira
If you go to application its on the left side in the bottom then click on browse more applications and type what you want,,,you will find all of the application there on this and which one is by facebook and which one is by third party

choose what you like the most 🙂

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Cure Your Facebook Addiction With Electro-Therapy

Facebook shock therapyI can’t make this stuff up!

I wish I could!

That’s right. It has gotten bad.  So bad.  Facebook is ruining out lives.

Drastic time call for drastic measures!

The only way to stop us from spending so much time of Facebook is a new invention that will shock you when you are on the website!

Brilliant right?


What do you think

Facebook Shock Therapy

MIT PhD students Robert R. Morris and Dan McDuff have invented a device called Pavlov Poke that actually shocks the user’s wrist when he or she spends too much time on Facebook. Yup. Zap!

The name “Pavlov Poke” references Ivan Pavlov’s famous conditioning experiments with dogs and Facebook’s infamous “poke” feature. Clever name, indeed. McDuff says the shock is “unpleasant, but it’s not dangerous.” Whew, glad to know it won’t kill us.

The inventors admit their technology is meant to be humorous, but there’s no denying that Facebook can be a real time suck, overloading us with useless posts from friends and sometimes negatively affecting our self-esteem.

Morris and McDuff even filmed an infomercial explaining the device.

But if electric shock isn’t for you, the inventors created an alternative system: verbal abuse. Seriously. Someone will call and berate you — for a small fee, of course. It’s called Pavlov Poke (Phone Edition).




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