Facebook is not too comfortable in their high class status with the fickle loyalty of their users in our instant gratification prone society. Most people enjoy using Facebook for a variety of reasons, some even making a living in teaching others how to use it. Though I enjoy some of the recent upgrades, I am beginning to feel like a peasant torn between two dictators. I personally do not use Google + as all my clients find their target base on Facebook. However, the recent upgrades in Friend Lists, privacy settings and the reborn subscribe feature in Facebook seeks to keep their users from defecting.
August 15, 2011
Orville Morales Interesting Observations America, Congress, Facebook, London Government, London Parliament, London Riots, Social Media, Tax the Rich, Twitter, U.S. Congress, United States of America, Warren Buffett Leave a comment
In an opinion piece by one of the most successful investors in the world, Warren Buffett in the New York Times suggested that Congress stop “Coddling the Super-Rich”, saying that in the 80s and 90s there were more job creation with high tax rates over the last decade where the tax rates decreased and so did jobs. Regardless of your politics, one aspect of this story that will no doubt cause a stir in the blogosphere, opinion news, tweets and Facebook sharing (and Google Plus) outlets is this: