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Facebook Home: Not For Control Freaks
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Cara Latham
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Cara Latham,
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4/6/2013 | 2:47:42 AM
re: Facebook Home: Not For Control Freaks
Facebook Home would not be for me, either, but I can understand why Facebook chose to go this route. If its research is correct, and people spend more time using Facebook on their phones than any other app or service, I can understand why Facebook would capitalize on it. But not why make the Cover Feed customizable? I'm sure fanatics that Facebook is targeting would like to have some options available. I think that would make it at least a bit more attractive.


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