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Facebook Now Allows You To Edit Comments

Surely there have been times you written a comment in Facebook, responding to an update, only to find that you have a typo or simply didn’t write what you wanted. Before, all you could do was delete that comment or, if you saw an error quickly, you could edit it within a few seconds after you wrote that post.

Facebook has rolled out a new update that allows users to actually edit a comment long after it has been posted. Facebook’s support page has the simple details on how to edit a comment you’ve already posted. This new feature should be available to all Facebook users in the next few days. With the new update, users will be able to edit their comments at any time, even with comments that you have previously written on other user’s status updates.

Post Anonymously On Facebook

According to TechCrunch, there is a new Chrome plugin that allows you to post anonymously on Facebook. Sounds dangerous, doesn’t it? The script is called Defaceable and allows people to comment anonymously to other Defaceable users both on the Facebook website as well as websites that use Facebook comments.

Bebo Revamps Site To Attract More Users

The social networking platform Bebo has launched a new version of their site in hopes that some Facebook fanatics switch over. After Criterion Capital Partners took over the social media platform, Bebo now has a new user interface that offers an easy-on-the-eyes news feed and features a comments system similar to Facebook.

To Comment or Not To Comment is Not the Question

Has the social networking world gone mad with using apps that ask a question? Are there any questions left to ask? Does any of the answer solve any problem? Does this line of questions make you sick? If it does, I don’t blame ya..I am kind of sick of asking them anyway.

Seriously, questions are one of the strongest problem solving tools ever created. One single question can open up or shutdown someone’s mind to finding a solution or run away from the problem. Questions are very powerful tools to problem solving. However, asking too many questions and too frequently will cause people to not want to answer. That is the problem that is developing online today.

Ride The Wave – Google Docs Gets Comments

On Wednesday, Google announced that it would be making changes to the commenting feature in Google Docs. This change would make it more “discussion-like” with social elements borrowed from Facebook and Twitter.

Comments had previously been read as a string of text-only notes in Google’s cloud-based service. Google has now added more ownership and interactivity to each comment. Just like Facebook, Google Doc comments adds profile pictures, time stamps, and editing rights to each comment.

Google even enabled the Twitter-popularized “@mention” feature which will let you add users, direct comments at, and send e-mail notifications to others in the discussion.
Nick Cooper, a Google software engineer wrote…