Literally single handedly riding the Wall Street Bull. Performed by Katay Santos back in June of 2011.
“#OccupyWallstreet” New York City, June 2011 – Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
With every major update of Facebook’s experience they reveal little by little how creepy they are, because instead of looking at the things users need, each release just shows (no matter how pretty they make it) that they’re after nothing but the things that can be told to their advertisers about you, plain and simple. It’s not a social network, it’s a living marketing survey.
All along they were parsing whatever it is that we talk about, but it seems they need to get more efficient at it, their solution? Make the user click on drop downs that describe those things advertisers have to bid the highest Cost Per Click for.
This image explains better what I mean
Go Zuckerberg! Nice try, not buying the timeline crap over here. Google+ gets better and better.
Follow the geek.
The 2 most fundamental features missing in Google+ (and I don’t know how else to send them feedback about this) that really really grind my gears are the lack of a +1 button and a “Share” link on the picture gallery mode.
I think that this has to be totally on purpose, I cannot believe that all the “geniuses” at Google haven’t felt the frustration of not being able to +1 or share a good picture from that view.
CEOs or Google+ project managers should be more involved in product experience. It’s cool how they are very data driven, but damn it guys, sit and use the product yourselves, or have you never used a social network before.
It’s just very hypocritical of Google to say that this is a service created to help people share, when sometimes it gets in your way of sharing at the very moment when you feel like sharing something with others.
And you wonder why they still haven’t opened the gates? It’s still far from ready to be used by the mainstream user.
What other fundamental features do you think are missing?