Facebook's Year In Review Tool: Remember All The Stupid Stuff You Did In 2013
December 9, 2013
With the advent of social media, we share more of our lives than ever, ofttimes mindlessly. It’s not easy to keep track of all the photos, hashtaged quips, and Buzzfeed listicles you’ve shared a 365-day period. But now, thanks to Facebook, you don’t have to try and remember the highlights of your 2013 – you can see them all in one customized news feed called the 2013 Year In Review, a feature just launched on the site. The social media outlet has aggregated all your most
compelling shared internet drivel into one page, a virtual highlight reel of your most popular photos, status updates and life events (like entering a new relationship–sadly, not included in my Year in Review) and more. It’s like TIME’s Person of the Year, where you are the person of the year.
Seem a bit self-centered? Well, the word of the year IS “selfie,” and stars like Miley Cyrus and Kim Kardashian have already proven that narcissism is so hot right now. So, what were the highlights of your year? Take a (virtual) walk down memory lane now: