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Facebook Year in Review

You may have noticed a new link on your Facebook timeline today called Year In Review.

Facebook Year In Review button

When you click it you will be redirected to http://facebook.com/yearinreview and Facebook will display your 20 biggest moments from the year including life events, highlighted posts and your popular stories.

It’s a fun way to look at your Facebook life over the last year. It’s also neat to add your friends usernames to the end of the url to see their year in review. For example http://www.facebook.com/yearinreview/zuck will show you Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s year in review. Doesn’t seem like he uses Facebook much does it?

Here are some other fun Facebook links to try out.
http://facebook.com/me
http://facebook.com/us (Must be in a relationship)
http://facebook.com/pages (See old page invites)
http://facebook.com/apps

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