Facebook Clears Things Up

By  |  Monday, April 26, 2010 at 1:17 pm

Over at the official Facebook blog, they’re explaining some of last week’s changes–like the Web-wide “Like” button–and what, precisely, they involve. Facebook has an oft-stated company culture of being unafraid to change things, make mistakes, and then mop up afterwards–but wouldn’t everybody involved be happier if the company was a bit better at explaining things when they happen, rather then after users start to grouse?


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  1. John Baxter Says:

    I didn’t understand why I would want to have a Facebook account as soon as I first heard about it. I still don’t.

    But recent Facebook actions (aimed as spreading one’s data everywhere) have told me why I won’t have an account there, even if I decide it’s something I need.

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