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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-28-2019, 03:24 PM
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Those last two are legit strong. But useless now obviously.
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At this point in time, I wonder what will it take for people to stop using Facebook? Zuckerberg going on a world tour knocking on people's doors and literally rubbing manure on people's faces?
People wouldn't care until it happend to them. The only one i admire is Zuckerberg for taking advantage of the average joe/idiot because honestly, they made their beds.....

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MySpace was deemed too big to fail at one point and now look where it is. Facebook could easily meet the same fate if things don't start looking up for it.
MySpace was extremely buggy. Nearly every day you ran into some type of error that would keep you from using the messaging system or some aspect of MySpace. The reason why people stopped using it was it was never stable, and Facebook had Farmville.

If MySpace was turned into a site that didn't have more bugs than a elder scrolls game, it probably would have lived a longer life. Their feature list never improved. It was doomed to fail.

Facebook is no doubt being run by a bunch of people that are just waiting for bad things to happen than being "Smart". Their platform at least works.
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MySpace was extremely buggy. Nearly every day you ran into some type of error that would keep you from using the messaging system or some aspect of MySpace. The reason why people stopped using it was it was never stable, and Facebook had Farmville.

If MySpace was turned into a site that didn't have more bugs than a elder scrolls game, it probably would have lived a longer life. Their feature list never improved. It was doomed to fail.

Facebook is no doubt being run by a bunch of people that are just waiting for bad things to happen than being "Smart". Their platform at least works.
Off topic, but that comment made my day. So many game breaking bugs.

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