Using Facebook’s Timeline, the page features photos, videos, check-ins and comments to chronicle all 14 seasons of the original series. It also reveals what has happened in the characters’ lives over the 20 years since they were last seen on TV, as envisioned by the new show’s writers.
TNT is available to all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service.
Many Facebook users are concerned with the social network’s new, mandatory Timeline feature, which will display all the photos, links and posts they’ve ever shared on their Facebook page. According to Facebook, over the next few weeks, every user will get the Timeline feature. They will have seven days to preview it and edit what content the feature will show.
Rob Pegoraro, in a USA Today article, offers suggestions on how to edit your history before it becomes visible.
Americans spend more time on Facebook than any other site – 53 billion minutes in May – far more than runners-up Yahoo and Google.
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The report states that among moms who frequently share health information, 84 percent report doing so most often via email and 69 percent named Facebook as a frequent source for swapping advice. Television was listed as a primary source by 65 percent of respondents.