With all the privacy and security issues that Facebook has recently been having I find it a bit crazy that they release Facebook Places. If you would like to learn how to disable the Facebook places feature then you might want to check out some of the following sites for details.
University of southern California researchers suggest us a more efficient use of graphene photovoltaics. Is it possible to imagine people powering their cell phone or music/video device while jogging on a sunny day?
A University of Southern California team has produced flexible transparent carbon atom films that may have great potential for a brand new variety of solar cells. Inside a paper recently published in the journal ACS Nano, researchers stated that organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells have been proposed as a technique to get cost effective energy due to their ease of manufacture, light-weight, and compatibility with flexible substrates. This work shows that graphene, a highly conductive and highly transparent kind of carbon consisting of atoms-thick sheets of carbon atoms, has high potential to fill this role. While graphene’s existence has been known for decades, it has only been studied extensively since 2004 because of the impracticality of manufacturing it in high quality and quantity.
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Above is a great video that shows you step by step instructions on how to add the Facebook “Like” button to you blog or website. Below are a few good articles that i’ve come across that i’ve found pretty helpful when it came adding the one on my blog.
The title of this post is the same question I asked Facebook and here is the answer they provided… “Unfortunately, a list of pending friend requests is not available.” Which is kind of weird to me since all the technology that is involved with the implementation of Facebook you’d think they’d be able to let you know. Ehh even the ole’ Myspace site does!
Well anyways here is the Facebook Help page that answered my question for me and if there are any updates saying that Facebook allows us to view pending friend request I’ll create another post letting you know. So you might want to subscribe to the sites RSS feed to stay up to date.