I then received a second, identical message from a colleague I hadn't seen in 15 years. Then a few personal messages from
Follow Huffington Post's board LOL onPinterest. Dislike button? LIKE. But lucky for us, CollegeHumor created a video to show
To like or not like a Facebook post contradicts normal human biology. In real life, by not acknowledging something is to express your like. You like that you were able to make it out of bed this morning. But you don't actually say it.
Here's a tip: If Facebook and Twitter are the only methods that you use to promote your new book, new mix tape, new whatever, just stop. You're doing it all wrong, and you're wearing us out.
Forget about 'Want' and 'Collect.' Who needs a second Pinterest, anyway? Here are ten other Facebook buttons that make way more sense:
If I sit on my couch watching The Biggest Loser while eating four scoops of Rocky Road and then update my status about how I wish I could lose the weight, I haven't actually DONE anything. Posting about politics on Facebook is NOT the same things as casting a ballot.
When dealing with people's thoughts and free speech, Facebook needs to be more flexible. By blindly applying policies, Facebook is inadvertently harming the very users whose lives it seeks to enrich.
The other day, while I was in a local store picking up a few personal items, I noticed something printed on the side of a