Facebook Like Button
We Approve, We Guess: The Facebook “Meh” Button
As much as we might yearn for it in our schadenfreude-riddled hearts, the Facebook "dislike" button just isn't going to happen: It would subject unprepared pockets of the Internet to trolling more inspired than they can imagine. But the current order of things doesn't work for us either: Right now, your only options are to "Like" something or forever hold your peace. What to do?
Ken Murphy has one solution in mind for saying, "I tepidly accept this thing that you are writing about or showing me on Facebook": a "meh" button.Read on...
How to Add Facebook’s New “Like” Button to Your Blog
Hot on the heels of Facebook's announcement that they were blessing the Internet with global "Like" buttons, a request came down from The Powers That Be to add the feature to posts here on Geekosystem. And with all due respect to Facebook, their documentation was terribly unhelpful. Here's how we did it, and it should work on any halfway-customizable blog:Read on...
Every Site You Look at Will Soon be Part of Facebook, Thanks to Magic “Like” Button
You may have noticed an interesting trend recently where you can connect to more and more website by using your Facebook name. At first it was just social media sites, but now all kinds of websites are jumping on the bandwagon and soon, if Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has his way, everything will. Zuckerberg just gave the keynote speech at the Facebook's F8 developer conference and Business Insider summed it up in an article entitled, "Facebook Announces Plan To Infiltrate The Entire Web". Reading the post made it distressingly clear that the headline was not at all hyperbolic.Read on...