Funny how one of the top U.S. technological achievements to date, the Stealth Destroyer (USS Zumwalt, led by captain James Kirk!), was launched barely a month after the launch of the “Obamacare website”, Healthcare.gov, which had one of the worst website launches ever (especially when considering the buzz that was made before its launch and what’s at stake). A month after its launch, the website still suffers from major glitches.
Summarizing a century of “Awwwwww”.
This is just another proof that no amount of disk space would ever be enough for mankind.
Is anyone else here sick of getting promoted posts on their Facebook feed, instead of getting authentic content posted by friends and pages that you like?
Not too long ago, Facebook adopted this policy that resulted in showing you only a fraction of the content your friends post. A lot of content – content which may have interested you – is missing from your feed.
Speaking as a Facebook user, it’s a bummer because I may be missing interesting content and updates that my friends are posting.
And speaking as a Facebook page owner, it’s a bummer because only a fraction of the people who like my Facebook page gets to actually see each of my posts.
Instead, I’m getting promoted content shoved to the top of my feed (as a user), and being constantly asked for money to promote my posts (as a user and a page owner).
Facebook obviously made this change because they expect that people and pages will pay them to promote their contents. Now look, it’s totally fine that Facebook wants to increase their earnings, and it’s also OK to allow users to promote posts for money (to an extent). But for a social network, screening content from your users is… well… stupid.
That’s my opinion. What do YOU think? Let me know in the comments.