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Responding to Comments

To everyone who reads this blog, I try to respond to comments as the situation warrants it. Part of this whole blogging experience of mine is to be as welcoming and understanding as possible, and I believe strongly in everyone having their own say. 347 more words

Debate Over The Facebook 'Like' Button: Would You Get Rid Of Yours?

We love using the ‘Like’ button on Facebook, but not everyone does! There’s an ongoing debate about the ‘Like’ button and some people are getting rid of it. 96 more words

Features

Not "Liking" but Instead Liking

An exercise I began about ten days ago is no longer clicking the “like” button on Facebook, Instagram, or other social media sites.

It isn’t that I stopped liking content, but rather that I didn’t like how clicking the “like” button was nearly automatic and yet entirely devoid of human interaction. 191 more words

Facebook

Piqued

It was back from Alaska and back-to-school around here this week. Carter was the most disappointed, since H and I were both busy and not at home as much (see his moping above). 373 more words

Living

Liking Comments on WordPress

I’m having a bit of a love/hate relationship with the addition of the new “like” button in the comment window. My first reaction when people started putting the button on their own blogs in the comment section was that it was a lazy way of saying to someone that you either agree with them or that you enjoyed their comment. 137 more words

Writing

L.S./M.F.T (Like Strike Means a Facebook Touch-up)

In the last couple of days, two individuals have written about experiments that they conducted at Facebook.

Mat Honan, at Wired, wrote about what happened to his Facebook feed when he “liked” absolutely everything he saw for two days. 704 more words

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