Facebook is now allowing you
document all of your interactions on the network with particular friends on designated pages. Called ‘Friendship Pages,’ the pages contain all public Wall posts and comments between you and a designated friend, photos in which you are both are tagged, events you’ve RSVP’d to together and more. You’ll be able to see other’s friendship page if you are friends with one of the people and have permission to view both people’s profiles.
The brainchild of Facebook engineer Wayne Kao, Friendship Pages aren’t designed for all of your friends. It’s purposed is mainly for the friends who you interact with most on the network, via wall posts, events, photos and more.
The new feature certainly adds a little more personalization to Facebook, but not everyone will want to make these pages public to the world. On the other hand, I can imagine the network taking the feature and making centralized pages for families or romantic relationships.
Facebook is the world’s largest social network, with over 1 billion monthly active users. Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in February 2004, initially as an exclusive network for Harvard students. It was a huge hit: in 2 weeks, half of the schools in the Boston area began demanding a Facebook network. Zuckerberg immediately recruited his friends Dustin Moskovitz, Chris Hughes, and Eduardo Saverin to help build Facebook, and within four months, Facebook added 30 more college networks. The original...