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Facebook Like Sayings By Reza Aslan: Yet lost in the debate about America's true intentions in the Middle East was the Yet lost in the debate about America's true intentions in the Middle East was the fact that large majorities in every Muslim-majority state surveyed told pollsters they wanted to see their countries move toward greater democracy. A wave of democratic fervor across the Middle East created a renewed sense of hope for scores of people who had spent their lives in autocratic societies but who now looked forward to the possibility of having a say, even if in the most limited of ways, in their own political destinies. The Green Movement in Iran lit the fuse, employing new social media technologies like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube to break the government's monopoly over the media and to demonstrate to the world their aspiration for freedom and liberty. — Reza Aslan
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Facebook Like Sayings By Diablo Cody: I feel like I'm part of a generation of people who are stuck in the I feel like I'm part of a generation of people who are stuck in the past and are really self-absorbed. I mean, we're actually taking pictures of ourselves and posting them on Facebook, and keeping in touch with people that should have been out of our lives 15 years ago. — Diablo Cody
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Facebook Like Sayings By Lucy Hale: Life is like Facebook. People will like and coments your problems, but no one will Life is like Facebook. People will like and coments your problems, but no one will solve them because they're busy updating them. — Lucy Hale
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Facebook Like Sayings By Liane Moriarty: Apparently, moving back home was just like joining Facebook, when middle-aged boyfriends came crawling out Apparently, moving back home was just like joining Facebook, when middle-aged boyfriends came crawling out of the woodwork like cockroaches, suggesting drinks, putting out their nasty feelers for potential affairs. — Liane Moriarty
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Facebook Like Sayings By Nick Unsworth: So whether you're up against a wall in your business, or if Facebook is disapproving So whether you're up against a wall in your business, or if Facebook is disapproving every ad you create, you've got to think like a winner and find a solution. There's always a way. — Nick Unsworth
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Facebook Like Sayings By Julian Assange: Now, is it the case that Facebook is actually run by U.S. intelligence? No, it's Now, is it the case that Facebook is actually run by U.S. intelligence? No, it's not like that. It's simply that U.S. intelligence is able to bring to bear legal and political pressure on them. And it's costly for them to hand out records one by one, so they have automated the process. Everyone should understand that when they add their friends to Facebook, they are doing free work for United States intelligence agencies in building this database for them. — Julian Assange
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Facebook Like Sayings By Annie Bassett: I don't tweet like a bird or throw anything back on Thursdays. If I like I don't tweet like a bird or throw anything back on Thursdays. If I like something, you'll hear it from my mouth, not Facebook. Oh, and I wouldn't know what to pin, even if I had an interest. I think coffee should cost a dollar, kids should say please instead of now, and marriage should last a lifetime. And I don't, repeat don't, need baby powder to tell me what I already know." "I-I'm — Annie Bassett
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Facebook Like Sayings By Austin Butler: As soon as you start feeling like you can't trust the person and you need As soon as you start feeling like you can't trust the person and you need to check his phone or have his Facebook password or look through his messages - as soon as that trust barrier is broken - it's hard to keep a relationship going after that. — Austin Butler
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Facebook Like Sayings By Chila Woychik: I have a bad habit of dropping verbal pellets to get a reaction, like Ursula I have a bad habit of dropping verbal pellets to get a reaction, like Ursula LeGuin's "A novelist's business is lying" (that particular one got a lot of attention on Facebook), or, "Why is it that Christians hate the word 'sex'? — Chila Woychik
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Facebook Like Sayings By Chris Benz: I often feel like Facebook is a giant friend portfolio, and sometimes it can be I often feel like Facebook is a giant friend portfolio, and sometimes it can be a much more socially appropriate way of contacting a person as compared with texting or telephone. And never mind the fact that it's integrated into the iPhone. Makes me crazy in a super good way. — Chris Benz
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Facebook Like Sayings By James Altucher: I want every idea I have to make me money. I want every post I I want every idea I have to make me money. I want every post I write to have 10,000 Facebook likes. I want every talk I give to have people laughing at all the right jokes. I want everyone to like me all the time. — James Altucher
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Facebook Like Sayings By Mia Wasikowska: In our world, we have so many ways we can escape with technology, like TV, In our world, we have so many ways we can escape with technology, like TV, Facebook, computers, text messaging and all that. — Mia Wasikowska
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Facebook Like Sayings By Patton Oswalt: I update my MySpace every day, I update my Facebook fan page, but that's about I update my MySpace every day, I update my Facebook fan page, but that's about the extent of it. I don't want to get into extended conversations with people on MySpace, because there are friends I have extended conversations with every day. I'm on the phone every day. There's like five people I just call and yak with every single day. And that to me is my Internet. You can replace the Internet with five really smart friends. — Patton Oswalt
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Facebook Like Sayings By Jose N. Harris: If you'd like to keep CHRIST in Christmas this year, I'd humbly suggest that instead If you'd like to keep CHRIST in Christmas this year, I'd humbly suggest that instead of just posting about it as a status on Facebook, that perhaps you try to find a family in your neighborhood who could use a little help or pehaps donate to a local food bank anonomously. That's keeping CHRIST in Christmas! — Jose N. Harris
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Facebook Like Sayings By Evgeny Morozov: Search without Google is like social networking without Facebook: unimaginable. Search without Google is like social networking without Facebook: unimaginable. — Evgeny Morozov
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Facebook Like Sayings By Mark Zuckerberg: The real question for me is, do people have the tools that they need in The real question for me is, do people have the tools that they need in order to make those decisions well? And I think that it's actually really important that Facebook continually makes it easier and easier to make those decisions ... If people feel like they don't have control over how they're sharing things, then we're failing them. — Mark Zuckerberg
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Facebook Like Sayings By Jefferson Bethke: I hear a lot of people say that the fear of death and the fear I hear a lot of people say that the fear of death and the fear of public speaking are two of the main fears in my generation, but I disagree. I think it's the fear of silence. We refuse to turn off our computers, turn off our phones, log off Facebook, and just sit in silence, because in those moments we might actually have to face up to who we really are. We fear silence like it's an invisible monster, gnawing at us, ripping us open, and showing us our dissatisfaction. Silence is terrifying. — Jefferson Bethke
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Facebook Like Sayings By Nigel Barker: There's almost an element of selfies that is like photo therapy. People look upon themselves There's almost an element of selfies that is like photo therapy. People look upon themselves in a picture and then they critique themselves without knowing so, and that's what's happening on mass on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. — Nigel Barker
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Facebook Like Sayings By Jim Connolly: Teaching people the best way to market organically with Facebook, is like teaching them the Teaching people the best way to market organically with Facebook, is like teaching them the best way to butter bread, with a spoon. — Jim Connolly
Facebook Like Sayings By Ben Shapiro: Technically, web browsers can control what users see, and sites using Javascript can overwrite anything Technically, web browsers can control what users see, and sites using Javascript can overwrite anything coming from the original authors. Browsers heavily utilize Javascript to create an interactive Internet; sites like YouTube, Facebook, and Gmail could be crippled without it. — Ben Shapiro
Facebook Like Sayings By The Eldest: What is it that you ever wanted in life?Who cares about you?Who laughs with you?Who What is it that you ever wanted in life?
Who cares about you?
Who laughs with you?
Who shared your hopes and dreams?
To top it all, maybe just maybe,
When you are near your death,
All that you ever wanted is to ask forgiveness to whom you have sinned,
to tell them that they should take care of themselves, wish them to be safe, and to ask mercy from God to let you enter His Kingdom.
And barely wouldn't even care what will happen with your facebook account.
Well maybe we can start with start living simple
And could stop living like a pro,
Because nothing in this world is worth of value to the One up above.
Don't you know that none of us is born perfect,
And no one else will be? — The Eldest
Facebook Like Sayings By Theophilus London: DMX wasn't checking what his fans were saying to him on Twitter or Facebook. Jay-Z DMX wasn't checking what his fans were saying to him on Twitter or Facebook. Jay-Z is on a boat in Saint-Tropez. I'm hands-on. Girls write to me like I'm their diary. That's a huge responsibility. I don't take it for granted. — Theophilus London
Facebook Like Sayings By David Levithan: I have a friend request from some stranger on facebook and i delete it without I have a friend request from some stranger on facebook and i delete it without looking at the profile because that doesn't seem natural. 'cause friendship should not be as easy as that. it's like people believe all you need to do is like the same bands in order to be soulmates. or books. omg ... U like the outsiders 2 ... it's like we're the same person! no we're not. it's like we have the same english teacher. there's a difference. — David Levithan
Facebook Like Sayings By Bernard Kelvin Clive: Genuinely support people in ways you can. If you build great relationships and people get Genuinely support people in ways you can. If you build great relationships and people get to like you for you, they will eventually promote what you do and would want to do business with you. The bottom line is that people love to do business with those they love and trust. Learn to understand people, your audience, their needs, and their real problem. If you are using a Facebook page or even your own profile, involve your friends in a fruitful discussion. Don't just make a post and leave to expect likes and comments. Take time to leave a note for a friend, ask about their business and what interests them. — Bernard Kelvin Clive
Facebook Like Sayings By Jonathan Franzen: You can all supply your own favorite, most nauseating examples of the commodification of love. You can all supply your own favorite, most nauseating examples of the commodification of love. Mine include the wedding industry, TV ads that feature cute young children or the giving of automobiles as Christmas presents, and the particularly grotesque equation of diamond jewelry with everlasting devotion. The message, in each case, is that if you love somebody you should buy stuff. A related phenomenon is the ongoing transformation, courtesy of Facebook, of the verb 'to like' from a state of mind to an action that you perform with your computer mouse: from a feeling to an assertion of consumer choice. And liking, in general, is commercial culture's substitution for loving. — Jonathan Franzen
Facebook Like Sayings By Michael Anti: So why is Chinese social networking booming despite the censorship? Part of the reason is So why is Chinese social networking booming despite the censorship? Part of the reason is the Chinese language. Posts on Twitter and Twitter clones such as Weibo are limited to 140 characters. In English that comes to about 20 words or a sentence with a short link - in effect, a headline. But in Chinese you can write a whole paragraph or tell a whole story in 140 characters. One Chinese tweet is equal to 3.5 English tweets. In some ways, Weibo (which means "microblog" in Chinese) is more like Facebook than Twitter. As far as the Chinese are concerned, if something is not on Weibo, it does not exist. — Michael Anti
Facebook Like Sayings By Richard Stallman: Facebook mistreats its users. Facebook is not your friend; it is a surveillance engine. For Facebook mistreats its users. Facebook is not your friend; it is a surveillance engine. For instance, if you browse the Web and you see a 'like' button in some page or some other site that has been displayed from Facebook. Therefore, Facebook knows that your machine visited that page. — Richard Stallman
Facebook Like Sayings By Bradford Cox: You read about that Black Lips/Wavves fight as a spectator and you're like, "Oh man, You read about that Black Lips/Wavves fight as a spectator and you're like, "Oh man, I'm gonna pick a team to be on! I'm gonna put my two cents in as my status update on my Facebook page" or something. Not to sound like an anti-technology person, but it's just a real drag that people live their lives that way. — Bradford Cox
Facebook Like Sayings By Sheryl Sandberg: I'd worked on leprosy and malaria in India [at the World Bank] and asked myself I'd worked on leprosy and malaria in India [at the World Bank] and asked myself the question: Why do we let 2 million children die every year around the world for not having clean water? Because they're faceless and nameless. So, for me, Facebook looked like it was going to solve the problem of the invisible victim. — Sheryl Sandberg
Facebook Like Sayings By Ansel Elgort: Sometimes I'll write a tweet that I'll just be like, 'Why do I have to Sometimes I'll write a tweet that I'll just be like, 'Why do I have to say this to all of these people?' It's like writing a Facebook status: it's the same. I view tweeting as like writing a Facebook status. Remember when we used to write statuses? — Ansel Elgort
Facebook Like Sayings By Max Levchin: If we compare the two, Facebook is currently a superior place to market a product If we compare the two, Facebook is currently a superior place to market a product like Slide. Twitter is more like a general distribution agent. It's like broadcast radio. — Max Levchin
Facebook Like Sayings By David Chiles: The Social Networking Netiquette Loop: Read, share, like, and repeat. The Social Networking Netiquette Loop: Read, share, like, and repeat. — David Chiles
Facebook Like Sayings By Christian Rudder: On the corporate side, the upshot of our data (the benefit to us) isn't all On the corporate side, the upshot of our data (the benefit to us) isn't all that interesting unless you're an economist. In theory, your data means ads are better targeted, which means less marketing spend is wasted, which means lower prices. At the very least, the data they sell means you get to use genuinely useful services like Facebook and Google without paying money for them. — Christian Rudder
Facebook Like Sayings By Zadie Smith: When a human being becomes a set of data on a website like Facebook, he When a human being becomes a set of data on a website like Facebook, he or she is reduced. Everything shrinks. Individual character. Friendships. Language. Sensibility. In a way it's a transcendent experience: we lose our bodies, our messy feelings, our desires, our fears. — Zadie Smith
Facebook Like Sayings By Jonathan Burkett: Life and relationships is like a card game, you have to learn different strategies, learn Life and relationships is like a card game, you have to learn different strategies, learn from your mistakes, always play to win, show no mercy, take chances, believe in yourself, and play hand after hand until you finally win the game. — Jonathan Burkett
Facebook Like Sayings By Penny Reid: Cell phones, like the other social media constructs of our time, encourage the collecting of Cell phones, like the other social media constructs of our time, encourage the collecting of so-called friends and contacts similar to how my grandmother used to collect teacups and put them on display in her china cabinet. Only now, the teacups are people, and the china cabinet is Facebook. — Penny Reid
Facebook Like Sayings By Jessica Park: I 'Facebook like' you, but I'm not IN 'Facebook like' with you. I 'Facebook like' you, but I'm not IN 'Facebook like' with you. — Jessica Park
Facebook Like Sayings By Randee Heller: Twitter, Facebook are so different from where I began. It's like a fire that takes Twitter, Facebook are so different from where I began. It's like a fire that takes off ... I'm reading everybody's Twitter. — Randee Heller
Facebook Like Sayings By Lilly Singh: Sometimes I'll be sitting on Facebook at home and see all these people getting married, Sometimes I'll be sitting on Facebook at home and see all these people getting married, having kids, having that life that I was told I should have. And sometimes I feel like I'm doing something wrong. Am I the stupid one here? Am I not doing what I'm supposed to do? And that's also equally as stressful. — Lilly Singh
Facebook Like Sayings By David Kirkpatrick: But like the best empire builders, he was both very determined and very skeptical. It's But like the best empire builders, he was both very determined and very skeptical. It's like [former Intel CEO] Andy Grove says, 'only the paranoid survive. — David Kirkpatrick
Facebook Like Sayings By Christopher Bollen: I want to sleep with people, steal, get run out of town, leave my fingerprints I want to sleep with people, steal, get run out of town, leave my fingerprints on every scene. We have a name for it, our generation. It's our Baghdad."
"Your what?"
"My Baghdad," Tommy said laughing, knowing it was dumb, savoring the dumbness, and maybe also its truth. "The situation you get into knowing it's fucked-up but you keep doing it anyway, making it an even bigger disaster. Everyone gets one, but that's how you learn. It builds character, makes you dirty and real. You know you're a superpower when you can lose every war and still be a superpower. Maybe you're a superpower because you can afford to lose them. Same here. There should be a Web site that records all the risks a person has taken, all the famous people they've met, all their gnarly trips and bad decisions. Like a Web site that ranks who's lived the most."
"Isn't that called Facebook?" Mills asked. — Christopher Bollen
Facebook Like Sayings By David Horsey: I am no technophobe. I like being able to calibrate communication, depending on the situation I am no technophobe. I like being able to calibrate communication, depending on the situation - texting for the simple and immediate; email for business or when I want to put some lag time into the exchange; Twitter to promote something; Facebook to draw a crowd. — David Horsey
Facebook Like Sayings By Robin Sloan: The buzz about Google these days is that it's like America itself: still the biggest The buzz about Google these days is that it's like America itself: still the biggest game in town, but inevitably and irrevocably on the decline. Both are superpowers with unmatched resources, but both are faced with fast-growing rivals, and both will eventually be eclipsed. For America, that rival is China. For Google, it's Facebook. (This is all from tech-gossip blogs, so take it with a grain of salt. They also say a startup called MonkeyMoney is going to be huge next year.) But here's the difference: staring down the inevitable, America pays defense contractors to build aircraft carriers. Google pays brilliant programmers to do whatever they want. — Robin Sloan
Facebook Like Sayings By Rachel Bloom: The effort of every time I put out a video, it was like, 'Okay, I've The effort of every time I put out a video, it was like, 'Okay, I've got to put it on my Facebook, I've got to put it on my website, what's the view count now? What's the view count now? What's the view count now?' You get obsessive with it. — Rachel Bloom
Facebook Like Sayings By Alex Scally: Honestly, I hate Facebook - it has nothing on Myspace. I loved how weird and Honestly, I hate Facebook - it has nothing on Myspace. I loved how weird and crappy and wild and trashy it was. Then there was the whole culture of pimping out your Myspace page. I remember spending 10 hours one day learning how to make our Myspace page look more like a message board from the mid-90s. — Alex Scally
Facebook Like Sayings By Emmanuel Petit: So many people want to live their lives and their dreams through their own Facebook So many people want to live their lives and their dreams through their own Facebook page or their Twitter page. They want to show every detail of their life to everyone in the world. That scares me because I don't have any Facebook page or Twitter I don't like it, I don't want it. — Emmanuel Petit
Facebook Like Sayings By Seth MacFarlane: People do that on Facebook and it's the dumbest thing in the world. I don't People do that on Facebook and it's the dumbest thing in the world. I don't care what your dinner looks like. Stop cluttering up the Internet with pictures of your dinner. — Seth MacFarlane
Facebook Like Sayings By Jonathan Zittrain: Facebook allows outsiders to add functionality to the site but reserves the right to change Facebook allows outsiders to add functionality to the site but reserves the right to change that policy at any time, to charge a fee for applications, or to de-emphasize or eliminate apps that court controversy or that they simply don't like. — Jonathan Zittrain
Facebook Like Sayings By Nick Miller: I feel like I'm just passing through life. But then there's this voice in my I feel like I'm just passing through life. But then there's this voice in my head telling me to do something, to create something, to make something, and I want to listen to it, but I don't know how. I want to be able to say something, but I have nothing to say. I want something extraordinary, but I'm ordinary in every way - I just read books about other people and browse the lives of my Facebook friends all day. — Nick Miller
Facebook Like Sayings By Yuri Milner: I think there's a time to be private and a time to be public, and I think there's a time to be private and a time to be public, and I think that companies like Facebook and Groupon are basically transformational companies. You don't come across them very often, and I'm pretty sure that they can continue to grow for a long time even being public. — Yuri Milner
Facebook Like Sayings By Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook is uniquely positioned to answer questions that people have, like, what sushi restaurants have Facebook is uniquely positioned to answer questions that people have, like, what sushi restaurants have my friends gone to in New York lately and liked? These are queries you could potentially do with Facebook that you couldn't do with anything else, we just have to do it. — Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook Like Sayings By Angie Thomas: What is Tumblr anyway? Is it like Facebook?""No, and you're forbidden to get one. No What is Tumblr anyway? Is it like Facebook?"
"No, and you're forbidden to get one. No parents allowed. You guys already took over Facebook. — Angie Thomas
Facebook Like Sayings By Will Ferrell: Facebook is like jail, you sit around and waste time, you write on walls and Facebook is like jail, you sit around and waste time, you write on walls and you get poked by people you don't know — Will Ferrell
Facebook Like Sayings By Eric S. Raymond: Does Facebook behave like a tool in my hand, or a firehose designed to spew Does Facebook behave like a tool in my hand, or a firehose designed to spew at me in accordance with other peoples' agendas? Concretely: can I write my own client to present a filtered view of the Facebook stream, or have other people do that for me? — Eric S. Raymond
Facebook Like Sayings By Claudia Gray: Paul looks like he'd rather just go home and make out in the kitchen; I Paul looks like he'd rather just go home and make out in the kitchen; I would agree, except that I know my Dad is likely to be in there with his laptop, listening to the Beatles music as he catches up on all the Facebook "in memoriam" posts in his honor. Total mood-killer. — Claudia Gray
Facebook Like Sayings By Biz Stone: Four years later, in 2013, Facebook bought Instagram for one billion dollars in cash and Four years later, in 2013, Facebook bought Instagram for one billion dollars in cash and stock. A billion dollars! Driving to Palo Alto in Evan's Porsche, I couldn't even conceive of a number that high. I like to think that Mark Zuckerberg learned something from his encounter with us. He wasn't going to hedge his bets this time with some paltry offer like five hundred million in a mix of stock and cash. He probably said to Kevin Systrom, the creator of Instagram, "You've been working on this for eighteen months. I will give you one billion dollars." I mean, startup, schmart-up. Who could say no to that? — Biz Stone
Facebook Like Sayings By Christian Rudder: At the very least, the data they sell means you get to use genuinely useful At the very least, the data they sell means you get to use genuinely useful services like Facebook and Google without paying money for them. What we get in return for the government's intrusion is less straightforward. — Christian Rudder
Facebook Like Sayings By Jess Walter: I think celebrity has become almost normalized. I feel like we all live our lives I think celebrity has become almost normalized. I feel like we all live our lives in a pale imitation of celebrity. With Facebook, we choose a photo that is not too good a photo - we're more arch than that. We're our own celebrity publicists. We understand it so innately. — Jess Walter
Facebook Like Sayings By Ashok Kallarakkal: I wish I were like Facebook; being able to 'like' and 'share' everything I get. I wish I were like Facebook; being able to 'like' and 'share' everything I get. — Ashok Kallarakkal
Facebook Like Sayings By Donald Trump: It's a great way of getting my word out. I love Twitter and tweeting, and It's a great way of getting my word out. I love Twitter and tweeting, and I have - between that and Facebook, I have like 10 million followers. It's a great way. Now if you do something bad to me, I can tweet about Chris. And the world will be seeing it. — Donald Trump
Facebook Like Sayings By Angela Knight: Maybe she's got a Facebook page, like every other kid in America. We could put Maybe she's got a Facebook page, like every other kid in America. We could put something on her wall."
Her eyes lit up very briefly before she slumped. "No, she's far too paranoid for that."
"I was joking."
"Yes, but you know how kids are about Facebook."
"But she's hiding from an eight-foot-tall sociopathic werewolf wizard who can call down lightning bolts."
"We're also talking about Facebook."
Tristan contemplated her. "I think I need to feed you. Your blood sugar must be getting low. — Angela Knight
Facebook Like Sayings By Patrick Stump: I very often think about doing things that I would want other artists to do. I very often think about doing things that I would want other artists to do. Like, if I'm a fan of whoever, I want to be treated a certain way. So I realized it came off almost elitist to ignore the whole world of Twitter and Facebook. — Patrick Stump
Facebook Like Sayings By Michael Hastings: A new software is being developed so the psychological operations guys and the Pentagon's strategic A new software is being developed so the psychological operations guys and the Pentagon's strategic communications guys - and we don't really know who's running it - but this is all totally out in the open. It's this new program that will allow them to have like ten fake Twitter accounts and ten Facebook accounts so you can pretend. — Michael Hastings
Facebook Like Sayings By Jenny Lawson: I judge myself by the shiny, pretty people I see at parent-teacher meetings, or on I judge myself by the shiny, pretty people I see at parent-teacher meetings, or on Facebook, or Pinterest, who seem to totally have their shit together and never have unwashed hair. They never wait until Thursday night to help their kid with the entire week's homework. They don't have piles of dusty boxes in corners waiting to be opened from the move before last. They have pretty, pastel lives, and they are happy, and they own picnic baskets and napkins and know how to recycle, and they never run out of toilet paper or get their electricity turned off. And it's not even that I want to be one of those people. I fucking hate picnics. If God wanted us to eat on the ground He wouldn't have invented couches. I just don't want to feel like a failure because my biggest accomplishment of the day was going to the bank. — Jenny Lawson
Facebook Like Sayings By Ali Smith: I wished I was old. I was tired of being so young, so stupidly knowing, I wished I was old. I was tired of being so young, so stupidly knowing, so stupidly forgetful. I was tired of having to be anything at all. I felt like the Internet, full of every kind of information but none of it mattering more than any of it, and all of its little links like thin white roots on a broken plant dug out of the soil, lying drying on its side. And whenever I tried to access myself, whenever I'd try to click on me, try to go any deeper than a single fast-loading page on Facebook or MySpace, it was as if I knew that one morning I'd wake up and try to log on to find that not even that version of I existed any more, because the servers all over the world were all down. And that's how rootless. And that's how fragile. — Ali Smith
Facebook Like Sayings By Deyth Banger: What's the purpose somebody to follow you on social like (twitter, youtube and facebook) and What's the purpose somebody to follow you on social like (twitter, youtube and facebook) and after few days the follow disappear! — Deyth Banger
Facebook Like Sayings By John Battelle: The largest issue with search is that we learned about it when the web was The largest issue with search is that we learned about it when the web was young, when the universe was 'complete' - the entire web was searchable! Now our digital lives are utterly fractured - in apps, in walled gardens like Facebook, across clunky interfaces like those in automobiles or Comcast cable boxes. — John Battelle
Facebook Like Sayings By R.J. Palacio: Was in lower school. And she figures it's your fault that things have changed." "That's Was in lower school. And she figures it's your fault that things have changed." "That's just idiotic!" Ximena said. "I know!" I said. "It's like Savanna being mad at me for having been in a TV commercial once. It makes no sense." "How do you know all this?" asked Ximena. "Did she tell you?" "No!" I said. "Did you know about the note beforehand?" "No!" I said. Summer rescued me. "So what did Ellie say when she read Maya's note?" she asked Ximena. "Oh, she was so mad," answered Ximena. "She and Savanna want to go all out on Maya, post something super-mean about her on Facebook or whatever. Then Miles drew this cartoon. They want to post it on Instagram." She nodded for Summer to hand me a folded-up piece of loose-leaf paper, which I opened. On it was a crude drawing of a girl (who was obviously Maya) kissing a boy (who was obviously Auggie Pullman). Underneath it was — R.J. Palacio
Facebook Like Sayings By Palmer Luckey: Things like email, and Twitter, and Facebook, and text messaging - they all work reasonably Things like email, and Twitter, and Facebook, and text messaging - they all work reasonably well. But we use them because they're convenient, and cheap, and easy, not because they're the best way to communicate with somebody. — Palmer Luckey
Facebook Like Sayings By Mike Schroepfer: My hope for AI and Facebook in the next decade is you can sit down My hope for AI and Facebook in the next decade is you can sit down and tell Facebook, 'This is what I want to hear about today.' Like, I'm having a bad day; I want to hear some good news. If we make our products better, more people will use it - people use it more. It's fairly easy to understand. — Mike Schroepfer
Facebook Like Sayings By Merlin Mann: Joining a Facebook group about creative productivity is like buying a chair about jogging. Joining a Facebook group about creative productivity is like buying a chair about jogging. — Merlin Mann
Facebook Like Sayings By L.A. Casey: You're actin' like a girl, wanting to add me on Facebook and change your relationship You're actin' like a girl, wanting to add me on Facebook and change your relationship status, — L.A. Casey
Facebook Like Sayings By Robert Scoble: Everything you do on Facebook will affect what comes in your view in the future. Everything you do on Facebook will affect what comes in your view in the future. If you like crappy things that you don't care about, you'll see more crappy brands that you don't care about in the future, and it might even affect your experiences when you walk into bars, churches, schools, shopping malls, etc. — Robert Scoble
Facebook Like Sayings By Daniel Marques: Amazon is actually like Google and Facebook. Just another source to collect information for Governments, Amazon is actually like Google and Facebook. Just another source to collect information for Governments, CIA and Private Investors. — Daniel Marques
Facebook Like Sayings By Mark Zuckerberg: At Facebook, we're inspired by technologies that have revolutionized how people spread and consume information. At Facebook, we're inspired by technologies that have revolutionized how people spread and consume information. We often talk about inventions like the printing press and the television - by simply making communication more efficient, they led to a complete transformation of many important parts of society. They gave more people a voice. They encouraged progress. They changed the way society was organized. They brought us closer together. — Mark Zuckerberg
Facebook Like Sayings By Jarett Kobek: The thing is," said J. Karacehennem, whose last name was Turkish for Black Hell, "that The thing is," said J. Karacehennem, whose last name was Turkish for Black Hell, "that we've spent like, what, two or three hundred years wrestling with existentialism, which really is just a way of asking, Why are we on this planet? Why are people here? Why do we lead our pointless lives? All the best philosophical and novelistic minds have tried to answer these questions and all the best philosophical and novelistic minds have failed to produce a working answer. Facebook is amazing because finally we understand why we have hometowns and why we get into relationships and why we eat our stupid dinners and why we have names and why we own idiotic cars and why we try to impress our friends. Why are we here, why do we do all of these things? At last we can offer a solution. We are on Earth to make Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg richer. There is an actual, measurable point to our striving. I guess what I'm saying, really, is that there's always hope. — Jarett Kobek
Facebook Like Sayings By Craig Ferguson: Andy Warhol said that in the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. Facebook Andy Warhol said that in the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. Facebook is exactly like that except you're not really famous and your 15 minutes goes on forever. — Craig Ferguson
Facebook Like Sayings By Nir Eyal: Facebook provides numerous examples of variable social rewards. Logging-in reveals an endless stream of content Facebook provides numerous examples of variable social rewards. Logging-in reveals an endless stream of content friends have shared, comments from others, and running tallies of how many people have "liked" something (figure 21). The uncertainty of what users will find each time they visit the site creates the intrigue needed to pull them back again. While variable content gets users to keep searching for interesting tidbits in their Newsfeeds, a click of the "Like" button provides a variable reward for the content's creators. "Likes" and comments offer tribal validation for those who shared the content, and provide variable rewards that motivate them to continue posting. — Nir Eyal
Facebook Like Sayings By Andrew Keen: In early 2014, the global economy's top five companies' gross cash holdings - those of In early 2014, the global economy's top five companies' gross cash holdings - those of Apple, Google, Microsoft, as well as the US telecom giant Verizon and the Korean electronics conglomerate Samsung - came to $387 billion, the equivalent of the 2013 GDP of the United Arab Emirates.78 This capital imbalance puts the fate of the world economy in the hands of the few cash hoarders like Apple and Google, whose profits are mostly kept offshore to avoid paying US tax. "Apple, Google and Facebook are latter-day scrooges," worries the Financial Times columnist John Plender about a corporate miserliness that is undermining the growth of the world economy. — Andrew Keen
Facebook Like Sayings By Max Levchin: Facebook is so ubiquitous now that it's like another manifestation of the web itself. Facebook is so ubiquitous now that it's like another manifestation of the web itself. — Max Levchin
Facebook Like Sayings By Gemini Adams: Using Facebook is like taking a Dyson to your spare time. Using Facebook is like taking a Dyson to your spare time. — Gemini Adams
Facebook Like Sayings By Rebecca MacKinnon: Social networking platforms like Facebook and Twitter should be urged to adhere to business practices Social networking platforms like Facebook and Twitter should be urged to adhere to business practices that maximize the safety of activists using their platforms. — Rebecca MacKinnon
Facebook Like Sayings By Marina Keegan: I used to think printing things made them permanent, but that seems so silly now. I used to think printing things made them permanent, but that seems so silly now. Everything will be destroyed no matter how hard we work to create it. The idea terrifies me. I want tiny permanents. I want gigantic permanents! I want what I think and who I am captured in an anthology of indulgence I can comfortingly tuck into a shelf in some labyrinthine library. Everyone thinks they're special - my grandma for her Marlboro commercials, my parents for discos and the moon. You can be anything, they tell us. No one else is quite like you. But I searched my name on Facebook and got eight tiny pictures staring back. The Marina Keegans with their little hometowns and relationship statuses. When we die, our gravestones will match. HERE LIES MARINA KEEGAN, they will say. Numbers one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. — Marina Keegan
Facebook Like Sayings By Christian Rudder: We noticed recently that people didn't like it when Facebook 'experimented' with their news feed. We noticed recently that people didn't like it when Facebook 'experimented' with their news feed. Even the FTC is getting involved. But guess what, everybody: if you use the Internet, you're the subject of hundreds of experiments at any given time, on every site. That's how websites work. — Christian Rudder
Facebook Like Sayings By Evgeny Morozov: Would you like all of your Facebook friends to sift through your trash? A group Would you like all of your Facebook friends to sift through your trash? A group of designers from Britain and Germany think that you might. Meet BinCam: a 'smart' trash bin that aims to revolutionize the recycling process. — Evgeny Morozov
Facebook Like Sayings By Hope Solo: I never go on Facebook! I like, haven't confirmed anybody to be my friend on I never go on Facebook! I like, haven't confirmed anybody to be my friend on Facebook. I have lots of friends; I'm just really bad at Facebook. — Hope Solo
Facebook Like Sayings By James McAvoy: I don't do Facebook and I don't do Twitter, and already I notice that, with I don't do Facebook and I don't do Twitter, and already I notice that, with some of my friends, there's a whole sphere of conversation that I'm completely on the outside of, and that's my choice. But, to a greater extent, that's what the whole of life is like. — James McAvoy
Facebook Like Sayings By Wiz Khalifa: I'm not a facebook status you don't have to like me. I'm not a facebook status you don't have to like me. — Wiz Khalifa
Facebook Like Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: I'm pretty sure most of them sincerely believe that the First Amendment actually means they I'm pretty sure most of them sincerely believe that the First Amendment actually means they can say anything they want without consequences. Like no, that does not protect your butt when you say something ignorant on Facebook and end up getting kicked off the football team or whatever! — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Facebook Like Sayings By Bernadette Jiwa: Old Spice, the seventy-five-year-old brand of men's grooming products, had begun to lose market share Old Spice, the seventy-five-year-old brand of men's grooming products, had begun to lose market share in the body wash category as the market became more and more crowded. Under the direction of the digital agency Wieden+Kennedy, the brand's manufacturer, Procter & Gamble, aimed to change how women (who were buying more than half of the body wash products) felt about their men wearing "lady-scented body wash." The video campaign called "The Man Your Man Could Smell Like," starring Isaiah Mustafa, was launched online in July 2010 during Super Bowl weekend. On the first day, the campaign received almost 6 million views. After the first week, Old Spice had 40 million views. Traffic to their website was up 300% and Facebook fan interaction was up 800%. Within six months, the campaign generated 1.4 billion impressions. — Bernadette Jiwa
Facebook Like Sayings By Manasa Rao: Recently thought of deleting my Facebook account and start using twitter, but realized it's not Recently thought of deleting my Facebook account and start using twitter, but realized it's not easy. Facebook has become like the boyfriend I no longer like but scared to dump because I've invested so much time in the relationship. — Manasa Rao
Facebook Like Sayings By Liane Moriarty: She and Felicity didn't tolerate the overly skinny, the overly sporty, the overly rich or She and Felicity didn't tolerate the overly skinny, the overly sporty, the overly rich or the overly intellectual. They laughed at people with personal trainers and small dogs, people who put overly intellectual or misspelled comments on Facebook, people who used the phrase "I'm in a very good place right now" and people who always got "involved" - people like Cecilia Fitzpatrick. Tess and Felicity sat on the sidelines of life smirking at the players. — Liane Moriarty
Facebook Like Sayings By John Battelle: 'Dependent web' platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Google and Yahoo are where people go to 'Dependent web' platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Google and Yahoo are where people go to discover and share new content. Independent sites are the millions of blogs, community and service sites where passionate individuals 'hang out' with like-minded folks. This is where shared content is often created. — John Battelle
Facebook Like Sayings By John Battelle: Facebook's data trove is enviable, and its moves into nearly every aspect of our lives Facebook's data trove is enviable, and its moves into nearly every aspect of our lives - from payment to media, will create even more of it. The company also has created a huge base of developers for its platform, but the ecosystem is incomplete compared to vertically integrated OSes like iOS, Mac or Windows. — John Battelle
Facebook Like Sayings By Jason Fried: [Facebook and Twitter] aren't the real problems in the office. The real problems are what [Facebook and Twitter] aren't the real problems in the office. The real problems are what I like to call the M&Ms, the Managers and the Meetings. — Jason Fried
Facebook Like Sayings By Kara Swisher: As I have said many times - I like Facebook. I think it is well As I have said many times - I like Facebook. I think it is well built and run. It's cool. I think it is, in its next-step way, even visionary. — Kara Swisher
Facebook Like Sayings By Joyce Meyer: I believe many people feel like God is mad at them. One day I put I believe many people feel like God is mad at them. One day I put a post on Facebook that said, 'God is not mad at you.' Within a few hours, we literally had thousands of positive responses from people saying things like, 'That is exactly what I needed to hear today.' Obviously, this is a message we need to hear. — Joyce Meyer
Facebook Like Sayings By Edmund Phelps: Companies like Google and Facebook may offer jobs allowing or requiring imagination and creativity, but Companies like Google and Facebook may offer jobs allowing or requiring imagination and creativity, but the whole of Silicon Valley accounts for only 3 percent of national income and a smaller percentage of national employment. — Edmund Phelps
Facebook Like Sayings By Peter Thiel: I think it's a problem that we don't have more companies like Facebook. It shouldn't I think it's a problem that we don't have more companies like Facebook. It shouldn't be the only company that's doing this well. — Peter Thiel
Facebook Like Sayings By Sarah Hay: I'm a very sensitive person by nature. Things move me very easily, like music or I'm a very sensitive person by nature. Things move me very easily, like music or videos on Facebook, and I feel for people. — Sarah Hay