An unusual startup called “Cloud Girlfriend” promises to bring the “perfect girlfriend” for users out of thin air.
[credit provider=”CBS 60 Minutes” url=”http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7120538n&tag=contentMain;contentAux”] More than 17,000 sites have implemented the new Facebook Comments plug-in in the two weeks since it launched.The system requires users to log in with Facebook, which prevents them from commenting anonymously. This created some debate. Was Facebook stifling the authentic voice of the Internet, […]
We all know that the delineation between public and private was eroded by Facebook a long time ago. Over. Done. But now Facebook’s sheer scale is pushing it in a new direction, one that encroaches on your authenticity.
Steve Chen has never written something that so pissed me off than the blog he wrote today stating that Techcrunch’s switch to Facebook comments has killed authenticity.
Facebook rolled out their long-awaited commenting system today. Like other publishers, I immediately installed it on my blog (just scroll down a little and try it out)… here’s why it’s important: 1. Identity. Plain and simple: Facebook’s authenticated login reduces spam and therefore increases quality. Say goodbye to SEO spam, […]