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Don't stop 'til you get enough

Neil deGrasse Tyson likes to dance.
posted by hal_c_on on Jun 9, 2014 - 19 comments

We’d love to say “It’s not you, it’s us” but it’s totally you.

Eat24 explains why they're done with Facebook. They're not the first to notice problems with Facebook' business model. (previously). But it's not just businesses affected. people have been noticing a drop in their friends posts for a while. Facebook limits the users reach, and asks them to pay to ensure your friends see it.
posted by [insert clever name here] on Apr 11, 2014 - 136 comments

Watching Team Upworthy Work Is Enough to Make You a Cynic. Or Not.

Watching a curator crank out headlines is a bizarre experience, insofar as it’s almost indistinguishable from watching people toss out parodies of Upworthy headline styles—either way, the mind runs immediately to stock phrases like “you’ll never believe,” “you’d be wrong,” or “everything wrong with [topic] in one [piece of content].”
Nitsuh Abebe visits the Upworthy offices.
posted by frimble on Mar 26, 2014 - 85 comments

Look at all these people, liking a thing!

Criticising popular things: why is it so popular?
posted by Artw on Dec 23, 2013 - 118 comments

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Online ‘Likes’ Herd Others to Similar Views
Researchers during the five-month study randomly altered the ratings of 101,000 comments. Those manipulated to be more positive were about one-third more likely than unaltered comments to receive a positive rating from the next viewer, and 30 percent more likely to achieve a high favorable rating.
[more inside]
posted by Mitheral on Aug 9, 2013 - 36 comments

Who is Really America's Favorite Football Team?

Deadspin scrutinizes the Dallas Cowboys' claim of being "America's Team"
posted by Renoroc on Feb 1, 2013 - 49 comments

Slap the flower decal on the internet detective van

The Mystery of the Phantom Likes. Bernard Meisler at Read Write Web is trying to find out why his dead friends are liking stuff on Facebook. [more inside]
posted by Diablevert on Dec 11, 2012 - 63 comments

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The Like Log Study: [SLVimeo] What can we learn from Facebook reactions to online news? Sortable statistics from a study on Facebook "Likes" of major news sites and stories.
posted by Fizz on Mar 9, 2011 - 11 comments

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