Facebook to limit how many invitations users get. No more spam?

facebook_logo.jpgFacebook is changing the way that application invites are handled, meaning that the user experience should be improved from “not another @&£?$#! invite” to… well, a bit more peace and quiet.

They’ve already changed the way notifications are sent out, so that they vary based upon how “spammed” users are feeling.

Instead of the fixed limit of 20 invitations per user per day, the new dynamic limits will be based upon a user’s historical invitation acceptance rate, whether an application forces users to invite friends (ARGH!), and some additional undisclosed factors which “reflect the affinity users show for the application as a whole”. Whatever they may be.

Competitions, competitions competitions: Mobchargers and RealPlayer beta invitations, oh my!

Another day, another brilliant couple of competitions. Incase you missed them last week, we’re giving away 20 exclusive beta invitations to RealPlayer 11, which is a brilliant piece of software allowing you to download any form of video online, so you can view it from your desktop, also a bunch of Mobchargers, which are disposable pocket-sized mobile…