Facebook Shutting Down

January 16, 2011 by USA Post 

Facebook Shutting Down, Facebook is not on her deathbed, after an investment of 500 million and Goldman Sachs, it does not look like it is still dripping on the relevance soon.

Some of you will shrug and say that you never thought otherwise, but after a fury of rumors web this weekend, it has really become very big news. Mark Zuckerberg, social networking empire reached levels volcanic search engines after a rumor started that Facebook are shut down for good on Mars. Huge news because a week ago seemed headed for a Facebook IPO – 15. After Goldman Sachs, estimates have valued Facebook and around 50 million and that number may increase once it is publicly traded. CNN reported quoting Zuckerberg said, “wants to return to his old life” and to “stop all the madness.”

But alas the owners, and smartphone tablet need not worry. The rumor is also true that virtually all deaths of other celebrities like Adam Sandler. Facebook has not released an official statement yet, but a survey conducted by CNN to Facebook director of communications provided this response: “The answer is no, so please help us stop this stupidity.”

“We did not get the note off and there is much to do, so we’ll just continue to crank away as always.”

Come to think of it, it’s probably a good thing that the site is not yet listed, because these actions would probably have sunk into the early hours of Monday.

It is unclear where the rumor could even have come, but if true, high-tech companies would probably be worst of a fold Facebook. There are tons of smartphones and Tablet announced for seamless synchronization with Facebook and Twitter on their interfaces to attract the attention of high society, and the absence of the largest social site on the web would be a game-changer. Although OnStar has announced it will create a device that allows drivers to update their Facebook or Twitter vocally hands free while driving. Lack of Facebook would make much of these smartphones useless.


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