Posts tagged "facebook"

stfuconservatives:

ladyatheist:

Here are some of his other advertisers:

Be sure to let them know how you feel.

I striked out hotwire, they said they stopped advertising 5 years ago.

While sending a strongly worded letter to Customer Support is good, if you really want to hit em where it hurts you gotta post on their social media. Susan G. Komen was mostly taken down by their facebook wall.

Twitter Accounts:

https://twitter.com/#!/jcpenney

https://twitter.com/#!/legalzoom

https://twitter.com/#!/allstate

https://twitter.com/#!/statefarm

https://twitter.com/#!/dominos

https://twitter.com/#!/eharmony

https://twitter.com/#!/onstar

https://twitter.com/#!/carbonite

Facebook Accounts:

http://www.facebook.com/jcp

http://www.facebook.com/LegalZoom

http://www.facebook.com/Allstate

http://www.facebook.com/statefarm

http://www.facebook.com/Dominos

http://www.facebook.com/eharmony

http://www.facebook.com/onstar

http://www.facebook.com/CarboniteOnlineBackup

Congratulate the Corporations That Already Pulled:

https://twitter.com/#!/sleepnumbersara

http://www.facebook.com/SleepNumber

http://www.facebook.com/sleeptrain

https://twitter.com/#!/thesleeptrain

https://twitter.com/#!/quickenloans

http://www.facebook.com/quickenloans

-Joe

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lemdi:

leftyjenkins:

kicksandgiggles replied to your post: Thanks to the new “privacy” settings on Facebook,…

KILL THE FACEBOOK! Really though, I have no clue. Facebook needs to stick with the same privacy settings for, oh I don’t know, a day? this time before they go mucking them up again. So annoying.

If I can’t figure this out by the end of the day, it’s gone.  So sick of this crap!  

I was happy coming back to FB once I knew I could disable commenting on my posts.  That way I didn’t have to deal with political debates.  Plus, I like being able to control what appears on my wall.  Someone could write anything they want on my wall otherwise and there’s nothing I can do about it.

Equally annoying is that you can’t get in touch with the assholes to ask them anything.  

Go to “privacy” and choose “Custom settings,” then at the bottom choose “Customize” and it’s in the second set. Unless you’re on a different stage of the roll-out than I am, you should still be able to change “comment on my posts” to “no one.”

I think that’s how it was under the old privacy settings, but I don’t have those same options anymore.  Maybe they’re rolling it out in phases or something.  

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kicksandgiggles replied to your post: Thanks to the new “privacy” settings on Facebook,…

KILL THE FACEBOOK! Really though, I have no clue. Facebook needs to stick with the same privacy settings for, oh I don’t know, a day? this time before they go mucking them up again. So annoying.

If I can’t figure this out by the end of the day, it’s gone.  So sick of this crap!  

I was happy coming back to FB once I knew I could disable commenting on my posts.  That way I didn’t have to deal with political debates.  Plus, I like being able to control what appears on my wall.  Someone could write anything they want on my wall otherwise and there’s nothing I can do about it.

Equally annoying is that you can’t get in touch with the assholes to ask them anything.  

Thanks to the new “privacy” settings on Facebook, people can now comment on my posts.  I didn’t change anything.  Does anyone know if I can change this back?  And if so, how?

Thank you, Google+, for giving all of us who added our parents on Facebook a second chance at that decision.

I saw this on reddit.com and had to share it. This is a big plus (so to speak) for me.

Well, damn.  I’ve lost three followers in the past week.  Wonder if it’s all the posts about Wisconsin.  Must be since that’s just about all I’ve been posting lately.  Eh well, you get some, you lose some.  

In other news, I think I might join Facebook again.  I received an email from a friend who quit Facebook for reasons very similar to my own.  He rejoined for activist reasons, which is why I am considering signing back up.  If I do, I’ll take a few cues from my friend.  He set his page so that no one can comment or “like” any of his posts.  I don’t really want to get into heated arguments with folks; I just want to share things I find interesting.  I don’t mind debating, but I don’t want to do it on my Facebook Wall.  

We’ll see.

Facebook is retro because, like AOL, it’s retro by its nature. It’s a closed system. Some people like a closed comfy system and others don’t. I, for one, don’t. If I want a personal webpage with all sorts of information about myself, I’ll go to Wordpress.com and make one. By doing this, I don’t turn over any data, control, or information to an onerous third party to sell, use, or exploit. I can close down the site when I want. I can say what I want. I can pretty much do whatever.

This is a pretty interesting analysis of the Facebook.  I thought it was interesting that the fastest growing demographic on Facebook is people over 70.

stfuconservatives:

supersoygrrrl:

greengrey:

mfnher:

Science. Every. Time.

I think it’s funny how when people agree with the stupid, they don’t get a “did I ask you”. Unless maybe she did ask them all for their opinions. Then I guess she’s in the right.

Ahahaha! I love it! I DIDN’T ASK TO BE CORRECTED ON MY INACCURATE INFORMATION, OK? God is amazing!!

How dare you tell me I’m wrong when I’m trying to say how awesome God is!!!

Also, though I love Dwight Schrute dearly, I hate how now everyone thinks putting “Fact:” in front of any statement makes it an actual fact.

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