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Yes, this is toddlohenry.com — I just moved my domain to a WordPress.com site instead of Posterous. It’s all still Posterous driven — it’s just that I’ve become convinced over the past six months that Posterous is not ready for the enterprise [unless you are Guy Kawasaki]. I still use it to curate content and autopost, but not as a destination site. Comment or ‘connect’ so we can talk about how this applies to your organization or your social media workflow…

Facebook Rolling Out Redesigned News Feed Filtering Options

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Earlier, the News Feed gave you two options: Top News (which is Facebook’s algorithmic choice of the most interesting stories from your feed) or Most Recent stories, which merely listed the latest stories from your friends as they appear.

Now, the Most Recent option has been turned into a drop-down menu that reveals a slew of options. You can now see only stories related to Games, Status Updates, Photos, Links and Pages. You can also choose to see only stories from a specific Group of yours. Finally, the drop-down menu now gives you access to the Live Feed settings, where you can determine whether you want to see more or fewer stories from a specific user. Link: http://mashable.com/2010/12/22/facebook-news-feed-filtering/ (sent via Shareaholic)

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