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#status update

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's young people read less online news than any other EU country (but they love Facebook) Status Update

Ireland's young people read less online news than any other EU country (but they love Facebook)

A new survey of internet habits across Europe is quite revealing.

From TheJournal.ie It's official: Your Facebook feed knows you better than your family Status Update

It's official: Your Facebook feed knows you better than your family

The robots are taking over.

From TheJournal.ie Mark Zuckerberg is donating €20 million to stop Ebola from 'becoming like HIV' Status Update

Mark Zuckerberg is donating €20 million to stop Ebola from 'becoming like HIV'

Facebook’s CEO said that the virus must be brought under control soon, before it becomes a “long-term global health crisis”.

From TheJournal.ie Yes, this TD really did say she likes to lather butter all over herself and pretend she's a slug Gubu
From TheJournal.ie Half of people would turn down a job where social media access is restricted Status Update
From TheJournal.ie Might Facebook add a ‘sympathise’ button? Like

Might Facebook add a ‘sympathise’ button?

Sometimes, ‘Like’ just doesn’t seem appropriate.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook network can predict if you'll get dumped within next 60 days Status Update

Facebook network can predict if you'll get dumped within next 60 days

There is a formula for it, apparently.

From TheJournal.ie Teens can now post public updates on Facebook Facebook

Teens can now post public updates on Facebook

The social media company has detailed a number of changes specifically geared towards teenagers.

From TheJournal.ie Massive Facebook study reveals what your status updates say about you Facebook

Massive Facebook study reveals what your status updates say about you

The research found that participants with the most emotional stability refer to sports much more in their updates.

17 people who need to spellcheck their Facebook status

Pity these poor individuals.