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Mashable gets a peek at Facebook's new design

It's been what, a few weeks, so it must be time for Facebook to roll out an entirely new look. Ok, I jest. But Mashable's got a details of a new Facebook design.

Among the changes: "The new home page emphasizes on toggling between views and feeds in order to personalize the experience," Mashable reports. "It also decreases Facebook’s load time, which will likely have a major impact on time on site and bandwidth costs."

Probably the most noticed changes will be to the news feed, Mashable said, including adding in a lot of more information that previously had gone away, such as photo tags, new friends and relationships. 

It seems like Facebook has heeded complaints from previous redesigns - but I wonder how many more headaches this will cause.


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