The Weekly Spread: Social Scavenger Hunts, Facebook Organ Donors, and Oprah’s New App

We’ve gathered the most relevant, noteworthy, interesting (and sometimes ridiculous) social media stories and tips of the week to keep you in the loop. Here’s what you missed:

Tiger Woods opted out of his Tuesday Press Conference and held a social media event on his website instead

According to Forbes, Facebook may completely disappear in 5 years. While it’s still around, here are some tips on maximizing engagement. 

President Obama “covertly” flew to Afghanistan. Unfortunately, a journalist leak and the warp-speed social medium of Twitter informed the world of his not-so-secret trip before he arrived.  

Not sure what to do with that square, two-dimensional code? Check out how South Korea produced some pretty impressive numbers with a QR code.  

Facebook finally set a date and price for their IPO and they want you to donate your organs.  

Oprah wants to thank you… and every other person in the world.  She launched an app Monday to prove it. 

Ferrari crossed the 8,000,000 Facebook fan mark and celebrated by burning some rubber, literally. 

In closing, thanks to avid Batman fans and a social media photo scavenger hunt, the trailer for “The Dark Knight Rises” was released early.