This week is wrapping up, and March has turned to April and we have survived another April Fools Day. Here are some of the stories bookmarked by Dialogue Media this week (including some great April Fools jokes across social media platforms):
Facebook to Scrap ‘Become a Fan Of’ for ‘Like’
Facebook is changing the “become a fan” feature and swapping it out for “liking” on pages. This new feature will increase users’ interaction with their brands, and presents a non-committal declaration of a fan’s support of a brand, etc.
Facebook To Release A “Like” Button For the Whole Darn Internet
Another announcement from Facebook this week was the release of a “like” button across the world…wide web. Expect Facebook to get bigger than ever with this new feature rolling out everywhere, as websites will have to scramble to format their content for Facebook’s preferences.
The iPad Launch: Can Steve Jobs Do It Again?
With barely one day left until the iPad is let loose on the tech- and social media- hungry masses, it’s leaving many wondering what the reception is going to be like and how this new piece of technology could change everything.
Apps For the iPad Now Available
The iPad App store has finally opened, giving way to all those i-junkies chomping at the bits to see what is going to be available. Definitely worth a perusal, there’s going to be some great apps, like Wordpress!
Twitter Gets an Extreme Home Makeover with Release of New Home Page
This week, Twitter’s home page received an overhaul on its home page, featuring more content that showcases the platform for new users.
The Funniest April Fools Jokes
There were some pretty hilarious pranksters this year on Twitter and YouTube. Mashable rounds up their favorites.
What news made your ctrl+d this week?