I have just got a confirmation from an “insider” that a local company socialmedia/online team have decided NOT to:
Thanks to our fellow blogger Rainy from Q8Rain, a great initiative of giving is now in the process to show the social responsibility role of blogging. We, as bloggers, have been covering social events and occasions, accepting invitations from here and there… etc. Now.. it’s time to give back to the community… and who’s worth giving more than children?
Thank you Rainy for bringing our “good side” as bloggers to the surface Here’s Rainy’s post, worth reading.. and participating.
It’s been like hell in the past few months, traffic jams have never been as bad as they are now. Day by day, it grows worse and in everywhere with no exception! I had the idea of a new concept car that fits traffic jams in Kuwait… imagine a car with only brakes! because.. in any way.. you’ll always be stuck in traffic and won’t even have a chance to go beyond 10 km/h
PS: Image is photoshop-ped!
I was discussing this topic the other day with a friend.. and the issue keeps poppin’ up again with local companies tying bloggers with contracts and actually asking them not to post or tweet about any other competitor, even it was a personal opinion. Well, if this is how things are going then we should take an action to counter attack what Corp-heads are doing, am I right?
turning the blog-o-sphere into a “sponsored” puppet show won’t work.. and these are some basic rules that I wish if my fellow bloggers would follow to teach Corp-heads some manners:
Waiting for your input
I remember this when I was a little kid, a song from the golden age… the song is a very well known one, but this time “Rajaa’ Mohammed” is singing. An appearance of most of the golden age actors and actresses in Kuwait. Ordered as they have appeared in the video:
Yes yes yes.. this is my 3rd facebook post in a row. I was able to enable my facebook timeline, which will not be viewable except for those whom have their timeline enabled as well.
I have tried the recently announced changes on facebook user homepage. At first sight, you will definitely get confused unless you follow a graphical guide you’ll find at the top of the home page. But, after reviewing and actually using these updates, I found them very useful, smooth, and easy to use.
THREE MAJOR CHANGES:
1- Updates time line:
A dynamic timeline that loads the “twitter way” showing recent updates at the top. This timeline will show at the top right side for your facebook homepage. Below is a screen shot of hovering an update, and getting its details displayed:
2- Custom lists:
Have ever wanted to list your friends into limited access, close friends, workmates, family members..etc to view updates from that specific list? As well as targeting them with specific status updates or walls posts? facebook custom lists now give you this feature. Below are two screen shots I have taken while creating a list for friends interested in receiving Blog37 updates.
3- Top Stories marking
Yes, you can mark stories in the timeline to be Top Stories showing always at the top of the page. Some stories will be initially marked as Top stories, I’m not sure on what basis, but I think it’s based on the level of people interaction with that specific post/article/story. Below is a screen shot of how to set a recent story into a top story, on your own feed!
Official video released by facebook below…