All social networks follow the same path. They become popular and are then inundated with spam. Myspace still exists, but it is essentially "dead" because it fails to grow its population. When was the last time you saw a movie trailer that provided a link to its myspace page? At least three years, probably. You may not receive many spam messages through Facebook, but the forced linking of your interests to official Facebook pages is the beginning of the end for Facebook. You may like Dave Matthews Band, and as of a month or two ago they can send updates to your news feed every day, regardless of whether you want updates from your interests or not. Moreover, even if you remove all of your interests, that data is still stored in Facebook's databases, and you'll still get recommendations to follow things you used to follow. Facebook is on the way out. It's as simple as that.
On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 8:36 PM, Genny Engel <gen...@sonoma.lib.ca.us>wrote: > Seems to honor privacy settings, though. Otherwise > http://graph.facebook.com/search?q=poopiness would retrieve WAY more > records. > > Genny Engel > > >>> ranti.ju...@gmail.com 06/21/10 03:31PM >>> > For example: > http://graph.facebook.com/search?q=whatever > > > ranti. > > -- > Bulk mail. Postage paid. >