Facebook’s Year in Review Feature Allows Man to Relive Dissolution of Marriage
Dec29

Facebook’s Year in Review Feature Allows Man to Relive Dissolution of Marriage

MILWAUKEE – As 2015 comes to a close, Facebook has once again unveiled its Year in Review feature, allowing users to look back at their past year through their Facebook updates. And for Nathan Gatiss, this meant seeing his marriage fall apart all over again. While the year started well enough for the 38-year-old Best Buy manager with the purchase of a PlayStation 4, by April he had discovered his wife of seven years had been...

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Stop Smiling So Much, You’re Scaring People
Jul31

Stop Smiling So Much, You’re Scaring People

Chances are, you’ve read a Thought Catalog article or two or thousand about how you need to smile through adversity. Or a study somewhere that outlined the positive effects of maintaining a sunny disposition, which is to mask whatever numbing pain you’re feeling. Or, God help you, you’ve taken the advice of some linkbait garbage from Upworthy that promised to “restore your faith in humanity.” And for some...

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A How-To Guide on Stopping Facebook From Using Your Browser History
Jul01

A How-To Guide on Stopping Facebook From Using Your Browser History

Good news, guys. Facebook is going to start using your browsing history to target ads to you. Fantastic, right? Finally, advertisements for Buzzfeed’s My Little Pony PornHub will be delivered straight to you! We truly live in amazing times. Fortunately, Facebook has made it possible to opt out of this service. And just like every other time they change the privacy policies, it’s super easy to figure out how to control your...

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