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Facebook New Building Story

Facebook Recently changed it`s new Building.On March 31  Facebook employees moved into our new Facebook building in Menlo Park, California.

Their goal was to create the perfect engineering space for our teams to work together. They wanted their space to create the same sense of community and connection among their teams that they try to enable with their services across the world.

Here is the Story Of Facebook New Building  by Mark 

When we first announced we were adding a building to our campus, Frank Gehry reached out and asked to design it. He really believes in our mission to connect the world. But even though we all loved his architecture, we initially said no. We figured he would be very expensive and that would send the wrong signal about our culture.

Frank came back to us and said we should go get other bids and that he would beat them all — and he did. As I learned, most building construction wastes a lot of materials and time due to poor planning. Frank has designed …

Facebook now lets you choose what happens to your account after you die

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Facebook is an online social networking service headquartered in Menlo Park, California. Its website was launched on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates.

Facebook has introduced a new feature Yesterday that allows users to select a legacy contact, who will be able to manage their account after they pass away. Once Facebook has been notified of a user passing away, the social network will 'memorialize' the account and enable access to the legacy contact who can manage the profile.

Once everything is configured, this contact will be able to announce a memorial service (or share a personal message) on the top of the Timeline, respond to new friend requests, update profile and cover photos, and even download an archive of photos, posts and profile information that person shared on Facebook. Note that personal messages will be off limits and the legacy contact is unable to log in as the deceased.
The legacy contacts feature is current…