We should know better than an algorithm what those who like us actually like. It may well be that it’s a passive relationship. Maybe they just want to see the scores at the end of every quarter in a Mavs game. Maybe they want to know what show is playing right now on AXS TV. No one expects them to like, comment or share any of this. It’s just an information source. And can I just say that its really weird when Mavs end-of-quarter scores show up out of order. That’s how smart the algorithm is.
“I love twitter, it’s the only thing I have to myself.cause my parents don’t have one,” Britteny Praznik, a 17-year-old who lives outside Milwaukee, gleefully tweeted recently.
I loathe to complain about changes to Facebook, but timeline for Pages sounds like a nightmare. ugh. Is that the apocalypse the Myan’s have forewarned about?
At a time when laptops and tablets rival spatulas as the most-used kitchen tool,” the company says in its release, “we are offering our fans new ways to share the holiday spirit and create memorable taste experiences — whether they’re putting the holiday menu up for a vote or frosting Facebook cookies for faraway family members.
its a cookie swap, 2.0
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