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Facebook’s Lists are its latest attempt to encourage oversharing

Facebook's latest attempt to get you to post more original content is a feature called Lists. It lets you post a customized list such as "My travel wishlist" or "Goals for the year" and the idea is your Facebook friends will then engage with post, ad…Read more

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