Dec. 17, 2010 at 9:26 AM ET
Facebook shut itself down on purpose from 4:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. ET yesterday after code for several not-yet-launched products popped up on the site.
Those leaked prototypes for possible upcoming products include new fan pages that look more like the new personal page layout, Facebook Questions, where you can crowdsource your queries, Switch Login, to help users navigate between profile and fan pages, and Memories, to help you review your Facebook activity past.
Meanwhile, hipster blog platform of choice Tumblr is having intermittent outage issues -- this just a week after it spent more than 24 hours offline.
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Lots of people will be extra sad to learn link-sharing site Del.icio.us is shutting down for good -- a victim of the massive Yahoo layoffs.
Speaking of people who need jobs, LinkedIn finally launched its Android App.
Version 2.0 of Amazon's Kindle for Android software is now available, too -- complete with access to the company's library of newspapers and magazines.
Meanwhile, Windows Phone 7 is barely a blip on the Web Data radar.
More importantly, want to read Julian Assange's creepy e-mails to some chick who wasn't interested?
Or talk about why talking about ol' Julian has become so utterly terrible?
Or would you rather see 32 unhappy pugs sitting with Santa Claus?