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|Culture & Science - Strange Inventions|
|Wednesday, 08 August 2012 05:00|
Facebook is a social network as common and almost necessary that even the hipster community members as too mainstream, but still use it religiously. Is a website that has gone through several changes and modifications. From fever to play Farmville to post memes regionalized mania. For times which apparently has nothing new to offer, just to inject vitality has launched a new strategy: Facebook Stories.
The site dedicated to the innovation strategy and its own network users collect testimonies of "people using facebook in extraordinary ways," to show through videos and pictures the way in which the network has changed the lives of some people.
The first video tells a completely inspiring story where we follow the real-life case of Mayank Sharma, a boy of 27 years because of an extremely acute meningitis lost nearly three decades of memory. But thanks to Facebook was able to reconstruct part of his past and reconnect with their families thanks to its list of friends and the role that "people you may know."
The official campaign site has a great design and is just taking off, so we can expect many interesting stories here. We all have stories of how this social network helped us find people who had disappeared from our radar for years, I'm sure there will be cherished and special cases.
Uncertain days currently live in the realm of Facebook. Since the company entered the stock market in May has been erratic performance which could be described with three simple words: Fall into a tailspin. After so many hundreds of millions in losses every start looking for heads to roll, and the first on the list is the founder's own social network , the visionary Mark Zuckerberg.
If you leave the dance I hope at least his legacy is left to mark something.
Photo: Facebook Story