Category Archives: Facebook

I won a prize because I was one of five people who commented first

See that post? I was one of the five to post a comment. I just wrote “Me plz” in the comment. I knew that me being quick was the key to the whole thing so I didn’t even bother spelling correctly. I was contacted and now I await my prize!


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Facebook media: Game done changed

The fact they are showing and teaching us how to engage is a huge deal. Well done!



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The #ALSIceBucketChallenge is wasting California’s water

The #IceBucketChallenge that’s going on all over social media is a Seinfeld episode.

Kramer is in California and everyone is doing the Ice Bucket Challenge. Kramer, being conscious of California’s water drought situation, decides to not participate in dousing himself in ice cold water. He knows that he can’t waste water.

He gets ostracized by his peers, including Bob and Cedric, whom have all done the ice bucket challenge, posted videos on Facebook and tagged friends to do the same.

“Aren’t you against ALS?” they ask.

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All praise ClickHole

I hate seeing every other link shared on Facebook with something stupid.

Today, I saw a link shared with this headline:

Hands down… this is my absolute favorite talent show performance OF ALL…

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Yo Facebook, Ban Links With Fake Video Play Buttons


Well, the problem isn’t the misleading images. The problem is that you are clicking links to stupid things. Look at the first few examples. None of those grab my attention. None of that should be interesting. It’s dumb.

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Oh, cute cat video? Let me watch that for a second in the News Feed. Click the play button. NOPE. It was a lie. Just a static image of a play button designed to dupe me into clicking out to some crappy website. Feed reading, interrupted. User experience, injured. Likelihood I’ll click legitimate videos in the future, diminished. Facebook. Seriously. This BS needs to stop.

I get it. Sites are trying to convey they have video content to share, so they stick a fake play button on the link preview thumbnail image. But what they really want is my ad views, and they’re willing to trick me to get them.

CAT COMMERCIAL That play button is fake. ARRRGGGHH!

They could have put “Watch:” or “[Video]” in their link’s headline, but then I’d get to make the choice if I wanted to click away from Facebook to watch. Instead, they just make Facebook…

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#Facebook #is #adding #hashtags #to #their #sytem

It wouldn’t have been an issue if people weren’t linking and syncing their Twitter and Instagrams to their Facebook. #Hashtagging on Facebook is so annoying. And worst of all, through the sync, the usernames are put their too.

I don’t IG and it’s starting to annoy me. Now that people have been given the power to #hashtag on Facebook, we’ll see a cluster of people who don’t know how to #hashtag do it. Oh dear…

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The great Facebook social experiment or something to that extent

LOL people. Life’s a game and I see it every day.

This popped into my head today and it was something that I had thought about for some time. What if I completely changed myself on Facebook? What if I did something on it that totally threw off the people who think they know me?

This isn’t to make light of people or to hurt anyone, but I have always wondered how wired we are to Facebook that what we take there is too serious.

For example, on Monday was April Fools Day. I didn’t take serious to anything on Facebook because of the potential jokes. Yet I saw pregnancy announcements and a handful of idiots believing that Google Nose (I thought it said Google Noose) was real. Then I wondered, how dumb are people if it was just a regular day but still a big announcement?

The social experiment has always been something I have wondered about and wanted to see how people would react. Would they figure me out or are they too oblivious to what’s there that everyone follows? After all, remember KONY? Yeah, that was a simple case of follow the leader without thinking.

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