Facebook are a potential gaming audience orare an engaged gaming audience? or do you feel like there are audiencequestions in terms of who is and who’s not interested in that segment?. Gd: i think that everyone is interested in playing games. Today,70 percent of our users use applications, and the largest application categoryis games. And if you look at the top ten apps on facebook, many of them aregames. By monthly active, certainly. You understand monthly and daily, how wethink about them? so, monthly is audience, it’s kind of the size and scale ofthe app, and then daily is engagement. If you rank the dailies, the top fewtend to be games.
Facebook are serious about a “no fear” workplace, that’s a good thing. I hope they take that seriously, including not relying on “shame and blame” as an aspect of their workplace culture. I hope it’s not just an empty slogan, like a successories poster. “lean startups” approach, eric ries. Emphasizes the need to have rapid improvement and to focus on the process, not blaming the person??. As i wrote about last year. I wonder if facebook was looking to blame somebody when they. Had massive downtime last week. Many workplaces are effectively crippled by fear, including hospitals (or some might say “especially hospitals”). Hospitals are notorious for having “name, blame, and shame” cultures. Deming wouldn’t have liked that. Facebook are people she knows in real life…friends and family. She is a very private person and doesn’t want the whole world in her business like it was when she had a dead journal account. If she wanted her status messages public, she would have joined twitter or friendfeed a long time ago. Don’t think i never tried to get her to join friendfeed, because i did. The only reason why i have a facebook account is because she insisted, because she didn’t want to communicate in such a public forum. Now, she and her friends do change their relationship status whenever they are dating someone new or break up with someone. They also remove their ex’s from their friends list, to prevent them from seeing their status messages or interfering with their current relationships. Do we really want some young person that can’t handle his emotions yet, that can’t get over the fact they were dumped, using facebook to stalk and harass their ex, using public status messages to know exactly where they will be, with whom, and when?. This is the kind of stuff that will happen if people don’t have control over who can and can not see their messages, on a network that began as a place that gave you that kind of control. And if you think young people shouldn’t be making that kind of info public, you are right, they shouldn’t, and that’s why they use facebook…to keep it between their family and friends.
Facebook are taking the authentication process. However one can’t help but consider just how reliable face authentication is? one question wrong and you’re locked out? also, as one commenter points out below, if you’re in the habit of accepting many a friend – whether you know them or not – it’s very possible you won’t know the majority of people facebook throws at you. Also, should this level of authentication become a standard across social networks? twitter clearly wouldn’t be able to do it using facial recognition but should we expect it to explore similar standards of authentication?. Facebook are pulling a fast 1 with us and our accounts – why – i cant put my finger on it , when i get notifications that 1 of my friend is friends with another of my friends at my suggestion. Nope its wrong and facebook are crossing the line by doing this , we can find our own friends thank you , how do you know your not suggesting someone who is a hacker , im aware the onus is on ourselves and we can ignore but the fact of the matter is your using our names and saying we suggested – thats where you are crossing the line and if you carry on doing stuff like this you are causing us to not trust you and maybe use another site to socialise which would be a shame – yes ???. Facebook are currently exchanging blows over which company is a better steward of personal information stored on the web. This dispute has been simmering for years, but it boiled over last week when. To a key part of the terms of service, the part governing how web services that allow their users to import gmail contacts must treat that data. In short, google said that anybody who wanted to automatically import gmail contacts data had to allow the user to export that data just as easily. Google didn’t even really try to hide that facebook was the clear target of this change. In response, facebook changed the way facebook users could import gmail contacts data by writing a script that allowed those users to automagically download their gmail contacts as a csv (comma-separated value) file, and then upload that file into facebook with the press of another button. Expressed its “disappointment,”. As if facebook were an old friend who had made poor choices in life. A facebook engineer then slammed google in the. Comments thread of a techcrunch post. For its previous willingness to block contact export in orkut (unless you live in brazil or india you probably never uploaded data to orkut in the first place, but that’s another story) and saying that facebook has always protected the ability of its users to “own and control” the data stored on the site.
Facebook are from day-to-day by looking at the number of positive and negative words they’re using when updating their status. When people in their status updates use more positive words-or fewer negative words-then that day as a whole is counted as happier than usual. Though more countries or languages may be added later, the current result is notable since it is based on the updates of all english-speaking u. In this sense, it can count as an indicator of “gross national happiness,” a metric only measured currently via. And national surveys in countries such as france and bhutan. To protect your privacy, no one at facebook actually reads the status updates in the process of doing this research; instead, our computers do the word counting after all personally identifiable information has been removed. Gross national happiness index. , we adapted a collection of positive and negative emotion words built by. Examples of positive or happy words include “happy,” “yay” and “awesome,” while negative, or unhappy words, include “sad,” “doubt” and “tragic.
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