May 27, 2011 at 10:10 AM ET
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg rolled back his own privacy settings and shared his latest personal project: "The only meat I'm eating is from animals I've killed myself." (We're totally not making this up.)
Speaking of overshare, Facebook says it doesn't really know if those emails from the guy claiming to own half of the social network are fake.
In actual news, two astronauts made history today as the final spacewalkers of NASA's 30-year shuttle program, completing construction of the International Space Station with the smooth addition of an extension pole.
Oh hey! Want to see Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn face an uncomfortably direct question about the Stuxnet worm? Then check this out.
Sony says it may or may not restore the PlayStation Network by May 31. It's hard to say.
Gmail is rolling out a new People Widget for TMI on the people you're typing with.
You now have the power to see how the people you follow see Twitter. (Not as meta as it sounds.)
In what seems to be a long-needed foray into decent customer service, Flickr now stores your photos 90 days after you've deleted your account.
90 percent of Tumblr users join from blogs, 85 percent of those
As we head into the three-day Memorial Day weekend, please enjoy President Obama Drinks a Beer: A Photographic Essay.