And it isn't only your 'friends' who are making recommendations. Hell no. Facebook does it. You see they have this monster computer buried away under a giant mountain which is constantly reviewing your profile. Constantly. You see Facebook wants to make a lot of money selling Ad space too, so every time this giant computer infers even the most vaguest of links between your profile and some commercial venture willing to pay them big bucks, Facebook will suggest you 'like' a page. Do I ever click on their recommendations? Hell no. Let's be perfectly honest, my profile is rather vague, so no matter what they suggest it's most likely not going to pique my interest. Will they every stop sending me recommendations? Hell no. You see I have pudding head friends who click first and think later.
I've also been told I have little tact, so if this offends you simply ride on.
Friday, May 24, 2013
Facebook goes to Hell
Hey, remember when Facebook was nice? Not the puppy dog, kitty cat nice, but nice meaning free from hard core commercialism? Back then you actually had to look for something to 'like.' You know, your favorite musical group? TV show? Movie? And once you did choose to 'like' it, nothing really seemed to change much. Boy, those days are shot to shit, aren't they. No matter where you go on the Internet these days, you are being asked to "like us on Facebook." This is because everybody and his fricking brother is selling Ad space and the only way to generate revenue is to have you and all of your friends start clicking on their ad. As you all know by now, every time one of your friends likes someone, everybody on his friend list finds out. What's really funny is sometimes I look at these 'likes' and can't help but wonder what in hell is going through my friend's head. And then I wonder, should I really have this guy as a friend? I mean, look at what he likes! Yikes!!