Mark Zuckerberg wrote Facemash, the predecessor
to Facebook, on October 28, 2003, while attending
Harvard as a sophomore. The site represented a
Harvard University version of Hot or Not,
according to the Harvard Crimson. According to
The Harvard Crimson, Facemash "used photos
compiled from the online facebooks of nine
Houses, placing two next to each other at a time
and asking users to choose the 'hotter' person.”
Facebook is a free web site social networks created by Mark
Zuckerberg. Originally a site for Harvard University
students, but now is open to anyone with an email account.
Users can participate in one or more social networks in
relation to their academic status, place of work or
Friends list: Here the user can add to anyone who
knows and is registered, provided that it accepts his
invitation.  In Facebook you can find lost friends to
contact or add new ones with whom to exchange
photos and messages . For this, the Facebook server
has search tools and a suggestion of friends.
Groups and Pages: One of the most recent
development utilities. It is bringing together
people with common interests. In groups
you can add photos, videos, messages, etc.
The pages are created for specific purposes
and unlike the groups do not contain
discussion forums, as they are directed
towards specific brands or characters and
not to any type of call.
Wall: the wall (wall in English) is a
space on each user profile that allows
friends to write messages for the user
to see. It is only visible to registered
users. Enter images and put any logos
on your post. Improved call
supermuro to embed Flash
to Facebook,  is:
-5 billion user
-160 terabytes of
Gifts: gifts or gifts are small
icons with a message. Gifts given
to a user displayed on the wall
with the message of the donor,
unless the donor decides to give
the gift in private, in which case
the name of the donor and the
message is not displayed to
An option "anonymous" is also
available, which anyone with access
to the profile can see the gift, but
only the recipient sees the message.
Some gifts are free and the rest cost a
dollar (you need a credit card or
Applications: These are
small applications that
you can find your fortune
cookie, who is your best
friend, discover things
about your personality
Games: Most applications
found on Facebook are
related to RPGs, games like
Trivial Pursuit (eg.
Geography), or evidence of
skills (typing, memory).
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.