2. Signing Up and Setting Up Your Profile


Life on Facebook begins with registering and setting up a personal profile. Your Profile page is where you get to express your personality, your style, your current interests and obsessions. It’s the place your friends will drop by to see what’s on your mind lately—as well as what’s in your MP3 player, your video queue, and your book pile.

Your profile also serves as an introduction to new people you meet on Facebook—it’s something like a business card, only with a playful streak, a listing of mutual connections and dynamically updated contact info. (Not to mention the fact that you don’t have ...

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