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Well, this is it -- your very new profile page. It may take a few days or even weeks for your profile to be changed over, but this is what it looks like.
At the very top you have your 'dashboard', which lets you see the core content of your profile. You can update yourstatus just beneath, which then updates just below.
Split into two columns, this is your 'timeline' -- a bit like a retrospective news feed that goes all the way back to the day you started on Facebook. But, because it's a timeline, you can even add content before you joined -- as you will see later on.
Your content stays the same, so don't worry about that. It is just re-jigged to give you a different layout and more content. Your updates remain live until you finish editing. It also allows you to go through and update your past, as well as your current information.
Your work and education details are on the left, along with your 'living' status. It uses Bing Maps throughout (after Microsoft's investing in Facebook last year). Your remaining content can be found on the right hand side.
Your activity log goes all the way back to the day you started on Facebook. It is a private log of all the activity you have uploaded, contributed to and added to your profile. It is the be-all and end-all of everything that you have done on the social network.
This feature was briefly exposed last year in form of 'Memories', which leaked after someone hit the 'publish' button by mistake. Facebook pulled the social network offline for an hour afterwards to repair the damage.