The 12 Most Self-Destructive Things You Can Do on Facebook

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While Facebook can make us feel connected and socially happy, at times it can put us down and take a toll on our well-being

If you're an active Facebooker, you may be engaging in self-destructive behavior without even realizing it. By identifying what causes these negative feelings, you can battle this virtual self-harm to stay happy and have a better social network experience.

Here's a list of the 12 most self-destructive things we can do on Facebook

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How to Completely Delete Facebook From Your Life

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How to delete Facebook from your life

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If you're seriously considering deleting your Facebook account, you're not alone

Start typing in the letters "dele" into Google and you'll see "delete Facebook account" as a top suggestion. Whether it's to alleviate privacy concerns or avoid digital distractions, more people are trying to figure out how to fully disconnect themselves from the social network giant that we live and breathe

For those ready to call it quits, you're in for a surprise — it's more difficult than you think to erase yourself permanently. With its ever-changing privacy policies, becoming Facebook-free requires more steps than just hitting the delete button and saying goodbye. Read more...

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7 Times Facebook Activity Got People Into Legal Trouble

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Spending time on Facebook could earn you time behind bars

Just ask Mark Zuckerberg — the site's founder and CEO has seen many a lawsuit thanks to his global platform. There was that time the Winklevoss twins sued him for the site's ownership, and the class action lawsuit that claimed Facebook read user messages. There's even a new lawsuit claiming Zuckerberg lets his company's directors pay themselves too much

However, e-citizens of the Facebook world don't let Zuckerberg have all the fun. Plenty of people have engaged in dubious activity that has netted them lawsuits and jail time Read more...

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The 10 Most Passive-Aggressive Things You’re Doing on Social Media

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Being a source of negative energy on social media is more than just starting arguments, posting unappealing content and being a generally unpleasant person.

In fact, you may not realize that what you're doing is maddening to those subjected to see it.

Here are 10 ways you could be ruining your social media presence without even knowing it

1. The sub-post

Talking about someone behind his back isn't new, and neither is doing it in a place where he can hear it. Naturally, this prime method of passive-aggressive behavior has translated to social media — through the sub-post Read more...

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The Evolution of Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Profile

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Oh, how you've changed, Mark Zuckerberg

Over the years, the head of Facebook has shaken up his site with various redesigns. Sometimes, it was little things, like being able to "Poke" people or displaying user activity on a "Mini-Feed." And sometimes, it was a big change, like the 2011 introduction of Timeline, which allowed users to post "Life Events" and add large cover photos

What better way to reminisce on all of Facebook's changes than to look at Zuckerberg's own profile evolution?

Throughout it all, he's been a chameleon, tweaking and transforming his page to highlight any and all of Facebook's new features. Here's a walk down memory lane with the many faces of Mark Zuckerberg's profile Read more...

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

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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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The Mark Zuckerberg Guide to Hoodie Fashion

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The sun is out, the flowers are blooming and you've been working out for months to look your best. You know what that means — it's hoodie season.

At least, it is if you're Mark Zuckerberg, king of hoodies. The Facebook CEO turns 30 years old Wednesday, so we compiled a fashion guide worthy of his reading list

The hoodie is a staple of fashionable techie closets, as necessary to a wardrobe as blue jeans, black turtlenecks and semi-ironic calculator watches. Exotic, mysterious, zippable — hoodies are so in right now. Unfortunately, not many truly understand the subtlety of hoodie fashion. If we've learned anything from Zuckerberg, it's that hoodie wearing isn't all just "zip up when cold" or "unzip when hot." Believing so could be the difference between success or failure in the startup world. Read more...

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How the Feed Changed the Way We Consume Content

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The RSS feed — or as we now know it, "the feed" — organizes the world into a series of neat, clickable, constantly updating bits of information. But it's a relatively new concept — just 10 short years ago, there was no way to know what a public figure such as Justin Bieber was thinking in real time.

The feed now dominates online content consumption, from the news we read on our mobile devices to the social networks we check constantly throughout the day, as well as the ads that integrate onto those platforms

2013 was undoubtedly the feed's year: Video-sharing app Vine surpassed 40 million registered users, while Twitter topped 200 million. And in-feed advertising became a standard on Facebook, Instagram and even Pinterest. Read more...

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How to Curate Your Facebook News Feed

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Baby photos. News articles. Selfies. Advertisements. Job announcements

It's likely your Facebook News Feed contains some combination of these, if not all of them (and likely other categories, too). That's both the beauty and the curse of News Feed: It provides updates from all aspects of your life in one place, including those you may not care to see.

In March, Facebook announced a News feed redesign. Mark Zuckerberg told press, "What we are trying to give everyone is a copy of the best personalized newspaper in the world." The redesign has since stumbled, but the goal of turning Facebook into a "personalized newspaper" remains strong. And Facebook could use your help Read more...

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How to Curate Your Facebook News Feed

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Baby photos. News articles. Selfies. Advertisements. Job announcements

It's likely your Facebook News Feed contains some combination of these, if not all of them (and likely other categories, too). That's both the beauty and the curse of News Feed: It provides updates from all aspects of your life in one place, including those you may not care to see.

In March, Facebook announced a News feed redesign. Mark Zuckerberg told press, "What we are trying to give everyone is a copy of the best personalized newspaper in the world." The redesign has since stumbled, but the goal of turning Facebook into a "personalized newspaper" remains strong. And Facebook could use your help Read more...

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