How to Enable a Facebook Timeline Right Now……

Yesterday Facebook announced this feature. Facebook said that Timeline would be on the way for everyone sometime in the coming weeks… which is great and all, for everyone else.
But Developers can’t wait.

To Enable a facebook timeline follows these steps:-

1.Log into facebook with your username and password.
2. Open this developer app link and enable the developer mode of you already done you will directly jump to the Developer Screen

3. Create a new app and provide a app display name and app namespace and click on continue.
4.Ensure you’re in your new app’s main settings screen. You should see your app’s name near the top of the page.
5.Look for the “Open Graph” header on the left side, and click the “Get Started using open graph” link.

6. This should drop you into an action type configuration page. Change a few of the default settings and click through all three pages of settings

7. Go back to your Facebook homescreen. An invite to try Timeline should be waiting at the top of the page.

And here is your Timeline


Wowd: A Faster, More Powerful Way to Explore Facebook

Bascically Facebook is  “a social utility that helps people communicate more efficiently with their friends, family and coworkers.” True enough, but there’s two basic problem: For a newbie ,its very complicated for him to understand the facebook interface.the second one is :The more friends, family, and coworkers you communicate with, the less efficient Facebook is. That’s because it offers surprisingly few features for navigating your way through the surging sea of updates you get if you have more than a handful of connections. Once an item scrolls off the front page of your news feed, more chances  that you’ll never see it again. And interesting news got lost.

Enter Wowd, a real-time search engine that aims to help Facebook be better at living up to its own mission. It’s introducing a new version with something it calls a “social discovery client for Facebook” today. I got a sneak peek before it opened the tool up to the masses.

You use Wowd in your browser, so it feels like a Web service. But it’s really something increasingly rare: a piece of (free) downloadable software, available in versions for Windows, Macs, and Linux. But not for Ubuntu user. Both the app and its data are stored on your computer rather than in the cloud. (More on that in a bit.)

Facebook—Pages vs Groups

There are a number of factors you need to consider when choosing which is right for your project, a Page or a group.

Personal vs. Corporate:

Due to their security features, and size limitations (only groups under 5,000 members can send email blasts), Facebook Groups are set up for more personal interaction. Groups are also directly connected to the people who administer them, meaning that activities that go on there could reflect on you personally. Pages, on the other hand, don’t list the names of administrators, and are thought of as a person, almost like a corporate entity is considered a ‘person’ under the law.

Facebook considers groups to be an extension of your personal actions. When you post something as a group administrator, it appears to be coming from you and is attached to your personal profile. Alternately, Pages can create content that comes from the Page itself, so that content doesn’t have to be linked to you personally.

Email vs. Updates:

As long as a group is under 5,000 members, group admins can send messages to the group members that will appear in their inboxes. Page admins can send updates to fans through the Page, and these updates will appear in the “Updates” section of fans’ inboxes. There is no limit on how many fans you may send an update to, or how many total fans a Page can have.

User Control:

Groups offer far more control over who gets to participate. Permissions settings make it possible for group admins to restrict access to a group, so that new members have to be approved. Access to a Page, however, can only be restricted by certain ages and locations. Again, this makes groups more like a private club.


Pages can host applications, so a Page can essentially be more personalized and show more content. Groups can’t do this.


Neither Groups nor Pages have great moderation features. They can both be a little granular as to how things get posted, who can post, and what kind of media can be posted, but that’s about it.

How to place Facebook Chat on your Firefox sidebar

Chat with your Facebook friend right from your Firefox sidebar.
Facebook world is increasing day by day and I don’t like the Facebook chat bar being at the bottom.
After leaving the Facebook you still want to  remains to chatting with Facebook friends.

Do the following…
Open Organize Bookmark from Bookmark.

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Import Multiple RSS Feeds on your facebook wall

Everyone in this world want to stay up to date. So to get update they use RSS Feeds. Most of user like to spend time on facebook.

But the problem with facebook is that the facebook notes application doesnt allow you to import multiple streams of RSS input.

You only get to choose one URL to import your notes from and that’s what appears on your profile. However, if you’ve got multiple streams of content you can still have it all published on Facebook.

You can choose three different methods to import your rss feeds

1. Google Reader

2. RSS Graffiti

3. Network Blogs

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