General Paranoia wrote:He seems to have a bit of a downer on FB anyway.Editor in Chief Bill wrote:Some people think Facebook is the future of wargaming. I think not!
http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg ... 161&page=3Editor in Chief Bill wrote:
You were asked – TMP link
We've been experimenting with the Facebook Like/Share buttons for a while now. Should we keep them, or get rid of them? Are you using them?
28% said "get rid of them"
27% said "keep them"
In the comments, some were confused about this type of button versus other types of Like buttons (i.e., to 'Like' an individual post).
There's also the issue that Facebook might be able to trace people through having these buttons on our pages, plus the fact that people with Facebook blockers won't see the buttons anyway.
Therefore, the buttons have been removed from our pages.
Facebook is nothing but a cover to extract all of our personal information and sell it to the Red Chinese.
Don’t you realize what they could do with the knowledge that I’m interested in getting Warlord Games Seminoles at Fall In?