Editor’s Note: Pete Cashmore is founder and CEO of Mashable, a popular tech-news blog. He writes occasional columns about social networking and tech for CNN.com.
Facebook is about to completely change the way its profile pages look
Cashmore: I thrive on new things, but this change was radical even for me
Your profile will become a scrapbook documenting your entire life, all the way back to birth
Facebook users, mark my words: You’ll revolt when the site rolls out its new features in the coming weeks.
Facebook is about to completely change the way its profile pages look as part of the website’s biggest redesign so far, and only a fraction of the website’s 800 million users seem to have the slightest clue.
I’m not talking about the new real-time “Ticker” at the top right of your Facebook profile. I’m not even talking about the “Top Stories” that now appear at the top of your Facebook news feed – those are tiny, insignificant changes compared to what’s just around the corner.