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The Beatification of Pope John Paul II On May 1

Latest Update: The Vatican has launched the Facebook page promoting his beatification of Pope John Paul II. The pontiff, who died in 2005, will move a step closer to sainthood with his May 1 beatification by Pope Benedict XVI — or recognition of John Paul II’s entrance into heaven and his ability to intercede for those who pray in his name.

The Facebook page. Pope John Paul II (the Vatican page) is available here. Please “like” it and start to “share“.

Update: The Vatican will unveil the latest installment in its social media transformation next week – a Facebook page dedicated to the upcoming beatification of Pope John Paul II. The site, which will link to video highlights of John Paul’s 27-year papacy, is designed to promote the May 1 beatification.

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Posted by on 04/28/2011 in Global News

 

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New Facebook Scam Spreading

This morning, Facebook users woke up to a new Facebook scam that spams your Facebook friends via Chat. The scam begins with a chat message which looks like this:

and includes a link that brings the user to an application installation window.

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Posted by on 04/04/2011 in Global News

 

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What Your Facebook Photos Reveal About You

A new study found that how often you post photos to Facebook may reveal a lot more about you than anything you write in your profile. According to researchers, women who base their self worth on appearance and what others think of them tend to upload pictures very frequently.

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Posted by on 03/19/2011 in Blogs

 

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Vote for American Idol Through Facebook

As the Top 12 Male Contestants battle it out in tonight’s episode of American Idol, online voting is allowed for the first time. Fans can go to AmericanIdol.com and register to vote. You can vote for your favorite singer tonight as soon as the show ends at 10 p.m. ET (7 p.m. PT) on Fox. A Facebook account is required to register and once you’ve followed the link and directions you’ll be set to go.

Voting in previous seasons were only allowed by calling and texting with no limit. Online voting though is limited to only 50 votes for that evening’s performances. Only fans with a registered Facebook account in the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands will be able to cast their vote(s) online.

So, what are you waiting for? Let’s support our kabayans, Clint Jun Gamboa and Thia Megia.

Happy voting!!!

 
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Posted by on 03/01/2011 in Blogs, U. S. News

 

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Two Pinoys Made it to Top 24 American Idol

Thia Megia and Clint Jun Gamboa made it to the Top 24 of the 10th season American Idol.

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Posted by on 02/24/2011 in Blogs, Phil. News, U. S. News

 

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Facebook Stalker

More than a week ago, a restraining order has been issued against a stalker of Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook . News reports refer to this person as the “Facebook Stalker”.

Even before this bit of news made it to the headlines, my youngest son had been calling me a “Facebook Stalker” for a long, long time. Why? During the time that I didn’t have my own Facebook account yet, my son has allowed me to use his account to search for family and friends, snoop on their whereabouts, find out what’s going on their lives and most especially browse through their photo albums.  That’s how I earned the name “Facebook Stalker”.

A month ago, I finally opened a Facebook account. Why did it take for me a long time to do so?

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Posted by on 02/20/2011 in Blogs

 

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Facebook to be the First TRILLION Dollar Company

Goldman Sachs is buying $1.5 billion worth of Facebook stock at a $50 billion valuation.

Wedbush analyst Lou Kerner said that if Facebook were a public company, it would be valued closer to $100 billion right now.

On the secondary markets, accredited investors are actually buying Facebook stock at much steeper implied valuations – sometimes higher than even $124 billion.

Crazy numbers right?

Wait till you hear about the numbers they’re throwing around inside Facebook. The goal is to turn Facebook into the world’s first TRILLION dollar company.

$1 trillion? As in one-thousand billion dollars?! For real? Do you think they will make it? But how soon?

 
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Posted by on 01/19/2011 in U. S. News

 

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