Facebook has announced another round of changes to the overall design of their social networking website, as the Facebook Newsroom proclaimed on Thursday, "You see all the stories you saw in your News Feed before, but with a fresh new look."
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg described the change as a way to provide users with a "copy of the best personalized newspaper in the world."
The latest update comes less than months since the new Graph Search was announced in January. The mission of the new Graph Search was "to make the world more open and connected."
So why announced more updates just two months later? The business side of Facebook could be the key factor as CNN Money spins the changes as something "that could eventually mean new types of advertisements."
Is this an exciting new change an attempt to keep Facebook in the news, or just another way to sell ads on your personal content?
If you are anxious to see these new changes and decide for yourself, check out the Facebook News Feed page.
You can find out some of the technical specifications on the new design for Facebook News Feed by checking out the post on Thursday to the Facebook Developer Blog.
Looking at the previews the redesign simply makes the "news content" of your friends posts much larger and aligns the desktop appearance to be more like the what you would see on mobile devices.