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A "like" on Facebook (or pages on other websites) provides a rough measure of a person (or idea)'s popularity. But it can be addictive:  
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A '''"like"''' on Facebook (or pages on other websites) provides a rough measure of a person (or idea)'s popularity. But it can be addictive:  
 
*It is very common for humans to develop things with the best of intentions that have unintended, negative consequences
 
*It is very common for humans to develop things with the best of intentions that have unintended, negative consequences
 
[[Justin Rosenstein]], creator of the 'like' button.  
 
[[Justin Rosenstein]], creator of the 'like' button.  
  
 
[[category: Technology]]
 
[[category: Technology]]

Revision as of 09:46, 6 October 2017

A "like" on Facebook (or pages on other websites) provides a rough measure of a person (or idea)'s popularity. But it can be addictive:

  • It is very common for humans to develop things with the best of intentions that have unintended, negative consequences

Justin Rosenstein, creator of the 'like' button.