Mark Zuckerberg yesterday announced “Reactions,” a set of six emoji that will join “Like” as ways to indicate what you thought of a post. For instance, you can now tap “Yay” or “Wow.”
Zuck’s not thinking big enough. When I read a post, the set of emotions I feel isn’t covered by this meager list of 7. I’m sure this was an oversight due to a lack of imagination on their part.
I humbly submit my suggestions for new “Reactions” that Facebook needs to add. Suggest your own in the comments.
Cut and paste this update about Facebook privacy on your timeline and the good fairy will magically cure your sciatica.
This is a great article. Also, massive automotive software fraud is an “irregularity” and layoffs are “cost adjustments.”
Social media marketing is dead. Facebook killed it.
“Facebook is the worst form of social network, except for all the others.” — Winston Churchill.
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