Facebook‘s evolution in the face of financial demands continues to fascinate us. This week, the social networking site experimented with “profile completion meters.” It turns out the amount of information you fill out can determine how many people see your site. Would this cause you to fill out your “About” section more thoroughly?
The second presidential debate covered many topics, from national unemployment to female binder storage. In the final moments of the debate, the candidates turned to a topic that resonated with the Mashable community: Apple‘s manufacturing practices.
Do you think iPhones should be manufactured in the U.S.A.? Or do you agree with some commenters who felt that the jobs will not — and should not — return to native soil?
With the advent of so many new technologies and social opportunities, many parents are learning about social media at the same time as their children. This can create some uncertainty about the proper etiquette of online parental supervision, not to mention the role of technology in family dynamics.
Our readers debated the distinctions between monitoring and spying when it comes to their kids surfing the web. How much supervision is too much, in your opinion? And can you be a good parent without using technology?
Finally, we had a lot of fun this week with a digital scavenger hunt that took us through the archives of Mashable in search of one lost, bespectacled traveler. Work was forgotten as we raced to answer the clues sprinkled throughout articles new and old. Did you find Waldo?