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anon3064061575
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anon3064061575,
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6/12/2014 | 2:50:31 PM
Short sighted, as FB almost always is
What these shortsighted wannabes miss (as well as Goog & the others) is that what I was browsing for yesterday is NOT what I am interested in today.... It is almost amusing, if it wasn't so aggrivating and irritating. It's like Amazon's "suggestions" based on previous purchases - WHY in the world would I want to buy TWO OR MORE of the appliance I just bought???? These "ad men" will never learn because they are so blind to anything except their own faulty concepts.
Kristin Burnham
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Kristin Burnham,
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6/11/2014 | 3:42:03 PM
Re: Complicated
^^That's a feature everyone should use. With so many questions about who can see what, that's the quickest way to find out.
PaulS681
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PaulS681,
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6/6/2014 | 11:19:47 AM
Re: All we can
@Thomas... I agree, that statements borders on amusing. Putting the power in the peoples hands but collect all the info you can on them in the process.
PaulS681
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PaulS681,
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6/6/2014 | 11:17:02 AM
Complicated
Can it get any more complicated than it already is?? I think the answer is yes.

One feature I do like is the View As feature. You can atleast look at it as the public and see what is being shown to people that are not on your list.
Ariella
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Ariella,
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6/5/2014 | 10:14:41 PM
Re: All we can
@Thomas too true! So easy to say the right thing, but much more difficult to do it, especially when you want to monetize the data that can be gleaned from so many members!
Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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6/5/2014 | 3:43:06 PM
All we can
>"We want to do all we can to put power and control in people's hands," Facebook said in an announcement.

There's a significant gap between that Facebook says it wants to do and what it has actually done.


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