Lolcats for Programmers

18th May 2011

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Unfortunately, usage of this app makes it impossible for said young males to ever have a girlfriend, ever again.

Unfortunately, usage of this app makes it impossible for said young males to ever have a girlfriend, ever again.

Tagged: axesmelly stufffacebook

Source: adweek.com

7th May 2011

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Tagged: facebookwaffle

Source: BuzzFeed

4th April 2011

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TechCrunch hates Facebook comments, and I agree with their points especially this:
“But just take a moment, please, if you’d be so kind, to scroll down to the bottom of this page, consider the comments section, and reflect on the fact that what you are looking at is the very best product that a $75 billion software company, one famous for allegedly only hiring A-list talent, was able to build. If that doesn’t make you weep for the future just a little bit, then I don’t know what will.”
The best part about all of this is that the reason why Facebook comments have no trolls is because your name and occupation is revealed to the world.  So, you have to think twice about what you need to post - do you want to be revealed as a troll?
Problem with that is that it discourages from people posting legitimate points because they don’t want to catch heat from other commenters and friends (as the comment plugin also plugs into your news feed) for having a controversial opinion.
The commenting plugin is like everything else Facebook does - “it’s good enough”, but it’s not a joy or particularly good to use, because it goes into the Facebook box - not the Internet box or even the World box.

TechCrunch hates Facebook comments, and I agree with their points especially this:

But just take a moment, please, if you’d be so kind, to scroll down to the bottom of this page, consider the comments section, and reflect on the fact that what you are looking at is the very best product that a $75 billion software company, one famous for allegedly only hiring A-list talent, was able to build. If that doesn’t make you weep for the future just a little bit, then I don’t know what will.”

The best part about all of this is that the reason why Facebook comments have no trolls is because your name and occupation is revealed to the world.  So, you have to think twice about what you need to post - do you want to be revealed as a troll?

Problem with that is that it discourages from people posting legitimate points because they don’t want to catch heat from other commenters and friends (as the comment plugin also plugs into your news feed) for having a controversial opinion.

The commenting plugin is like everything else Facebook does - “it’s good enough”, but it’s not a joy or particularly good to use, because it goes into the Facebook box - not the Internet box or even the World box.

Tagged: facebooktrollingcomments

Source: TechCrunch