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The 8 people I could do without (or at least less of) on Facebook

We all have them. The ass-clowns that just continually fuck up your mood every time you get on Facebook. “Just delete them!” I can almost hear you cry from your peanut gallery.  2,035 more words

Rant

Farmville

Lately I’ve noticed that I am incapable of being on my laptop without having to go on Facebook and check Farmville.
I think it’s funny because two years ago I thought the game was pretty stupid and I didn’t understand why people played it at all. 25 more words

ECW Weekender - Farmville, Virginia

Southside Virginia still maintains most of its historic scenery of the 19th century.  Small towns and windy roads abound.  In the area between Petersburg and Lynchburg “Virginia’s southside,” Lee and Grant’s armies left marks that still resonate today. 591 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places

A Taste of the South

You’ll find the expected and the unexpected in Farmville with the local restaurants, serving some of the finest food in the South. With new restaurants springing up every year, the choices are endless: elegant restaurants, diners, home-style cooking, pizza, outdoor cafes, and fast food restaurants are all available. 37 more words

Zynga cofounder Pincus returns as CEO two years after stepping down

Zynga cofounder Mark Pincus has rejoined the struggling online social gaming company as CEO less than two years after stepping down from that very position and nearly one year after withdrawing from the company’s day-to-day operations. 300 more words

Tech

As Pincus Returns, Zynga's Big Challenge Is Still Making Mobile Work

Zynga founder Mark Pincus is CEO once more, following the departure of his erstwhile successor, Don Mattrick.

Critics of Mattrick had questioned whether he had the right prior experience to lead Zynga into the future, coming from the console-first world of EA and Xbox to Zynga as it was beginning a transition to mobile games. 592 more words

Mobile

Back to the Future? Zynga Founder Mark Pincus Returns as CEO.

After leaving social games company Zynga less than two years ago under pressure from Wall Street over his performance as CEO, Mark Pincus is once again taking over the reins of the company he founded. 1,241 more words

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