September 27, 2015 Leave a comment
Note: this blog post is “in the raw” as it’s written in a hurry, and its content may be edited later for corrections, additions, retractions or anything that fits the passing whims of the author.
Recently there have been words in the press about Facebook’s new and upcoming Unlike button, which differs greatly from earlier rumours of similar Unlike button solutions, many of them riddled with viruses and whatnot, in that this one is in fact confirmed by Zuckerberg himself (though it’s still unclear exactly how it’s going to be implemented). But what will that button mean for the average user? And come to think about it, what indeed does the already existing Like button mean? In my experience, that depends on the person you ask. What I do know is that if you ask me, it means something like this:
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