We thought James Franco and Anne Hathaway made a cute couple of hosts, and we appreciated James's #oscarsrealtime updates but we also agree with Roger Ebert and the LA Times, who gave critical reviews of the remarkably tame ceremony.
As usual, the Oscar food puns for each nominee were borderline more entertaining than the show itself.
Last week we talked about a Facebook app called Breakup Notifier that would send you a message when your crush changed his or her relationship status to "single."
Well, an "accidental" change in the Facebook developer's code permanently disabled access to such notifications, so creator Dan Loewenherz clever shifted his focus to a new project called the Crush Notifier.
The Facebook Crush Notifier lets you purchase Facebook credits that allow you to select crushes in your friend list. Those individuals are notified in an anonymous e-mail, and have the option to rate you back.
If you're selected as well, you'll receive a similar message- unfortunately, there's no service to show you the way after that, you're on your own, but how could would it be if Facebook Places somehow offered a discount at a mutually agreed-upon restaurant for a first date?
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