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mini-feed

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Facebook adds to the chatter with Mini-Feed comments

Members of social-networking site will be able to add comments on profile activity feeds, adding quips to status messages and profile updates, among other things.

By June 25, 2008

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Facebook adds more services to Mini-Feed

Competing against the likes of FriendFeed, Facebook inserts YouTube, StumbleUpon, and Pandora into the service.

By May 23, 2008

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Facebook expands Mini-Feed to include Digg

Social network gets its Mini-Feed import feature to include your recently "dugg" stories from Digg. Is this better than Digg's Facbook application?

By April 16, 2008

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Facebook mini-feeds get hungrier: Yelp, Picasa, Flickr, Delicious

The social-networking site now allows members to pull in their feeds from those four services without installing a third-party application.

By April 15, 2008

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Facebook turns on its 'Like' button

Social-networking site activates FriendFeed-like button, allowing members to apply "Like" labels to messages, photos, and other content.

By February 9, 2009

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Facebook's fond of FriendFeed's 'Like' button

A Facebook instructional video posted recently includes a link that will look familiar to users of FriendFeed: a "Like" button.

By January 11, 2009

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Facebook sues social-network aggregator Power.com

Social-networking giant files claim against start-up that gives users access to several social networks and messaging clients at once.

By January 3, 2009

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Facebook launches new design

Face-lift of the social network's pages, which will not be immediately viewable by all users, includes an expanded Wall section that includes content from a user's Mini-Feed.

By July 21, 2008

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Why does Facebook think you might have had a sex-change?

Facebook has been sending out messages that suggest you can optimize your mini-feed by specifying your sex.

By July 14, 2008

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Confirmed: AOL will acquire Socialthing

Start-up social aggregator, which competes with the more-buzzed-about FriendFeed, will become part of AOL's People Networks division.

By August 14, 2008