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Sales Force Automation Comparison Guide

Businesses of all sizes can benefit by automating all aspects of their sales processes with an SFA (Sales Force Automation) solution. But due to the sheer number of features that most SFA solutions...Read More


How to Buy a Phone System

Considering a new phone system for your business? The Phone System Buyer's Guide from VoIP-News provides you with all of the information you need to make a more informed decision. The Guide helps you...Read More


Oracle Magazine

Oracle Magazine contains technology strategy articles, sample code, tips, Oracle and partner news, how to articles for developers and DBAs, and more. Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) is the world's largest...Read More


Which CMS Is Right For Me?

If you're wondering which CMS is the right one for your organization, this comprehensive guide will take you through the various options available, detailing the pros and cons of each. Download...Read More




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Show Pictures of your Friends on Fb

Your Facebook profile page has a "Friends" box in the lower left corner that, by default, displays a list of six random friends. This selection is completely random and you’ll see a different set of faces (or pictures) if you refresh the Facebook page.

 

There’s however a little-known feature in Facebook that lets you decide who shows up in that Friends box. And if your list of best friends is more than six, even that can be accommodated without requiring any Facebook App.

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All you have to do is click that "edit" pencil in your Friends box and type the names of your best friends in the box that says "Always show these friends."  That’s it.



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