Steve Zodiac: While I'm sure there will be some complaints, I think the biggest reaction will be indifference. Once peoples parents started signing onto Facebook it lost its 'Cool' factor and early adopters are moving elsewhere.
Malcolm_Sex: Get ready for the posts complaining about the people complaining.
Spad31: You'll get over it.
thecpt: Timeline did make most of FB's uses and additions tough to find. It wasn't bad because it was change, it was bad because it diminished quality. Maybe they wanted you searching the interface more so you saw more advertisements./I like the new fark changes, but I was learning HTML through code academy and this was good command practice. I should switch back to html buttons, but now I'm lazy
Tanukis_Parachute: I mean this FARK interface is ok I guess but I still miss the 'classic' FARK interface.
kumanoki: That's precisely it. Why would anyone want to look at their recent pages out of chronological order? That just doesn't make sense.
Generation_D: I miss the 1990s Internet. You had to be somewhat smart to use it, it was about 1/1000th the population as today, and all the idiots were conveniently gathered up in places like AOL.And most of the world had no idea it was even around, or they'd seen a dancing baby at work or something like that.
quickdraw: Generation_D: I miss the 1990s Internet. You had to be somewhat smart to use it, it was about 1/1000th the population as today, and all the idiots were conveniently gathered up in places like AOL.And most of the world had no idea it was even around, or they'd seen a dancing baby at work or something like that.Yeah but it was nice to get images and moderated forums. And Usenet was insane - you have to admit that. I do miss it too though. I feel like I was dumb not to build a site back then based on some subject I cared about. Definitely a missed opportunity.
Generation_D: It sure is amusing watching that same learning curve now be played out 100000 times a week on facebook and twitter by literally everyone in the world at once.
farkeruk: "Advertisers want really rich things like big pictures or videos, and we haven't provided those things historically," Mr. Zuckerberg said at the time.Now I'm really missing Facebook. Couldn't do some of those rollover video ads with a tiny close button, while you're at it. I loved those...
js34603: So...are we stuck with Facebook forever? Is it too big to fail?I kinda thought it would have gone away or been replaced by now.
Langston: [www.lanniebyrd.com image 320x224]
serial_crusher: Company executives have broadly said they want to make the News Feed, the first page every user sees upon logging in, more relevantTranslation: They're going to take away the ability to have it just show you shiat in chronological order.
thecpt: I just can't figure some things out on the new FB and almost none of it had to do with the actual time line. Things like events and setting started being moved around and menus became a lot more confusing so you'd have to explore each one.
theurge14: [i.imgur.com image 240x194]STILL WANTS TO BE YOUR FRIEND
Olympic Trolling Judge: Spad31: You'll get over it.Done in two.
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