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Facebook Rips a Page From Google+

September 16, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Facebook may be way ahead in terms of membership, but it’s been lagging in usability. Its latest design tweak is the ability to organize friends into lists — a lot like Google+’s vaunted Circles. Actually, the list feature isn’t new, but Facebook is now kickstarting the process, automatically organizing friends according to a few basic criteria, and enabling separate news feeds for each list.

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