Someone found something happening on Reddit where mystery accounts make posts and then disappear, and top voted commenter accounts where created the same day that the original post was created.
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Facebook did a change and now our pictures look like they do on myspace.
Facebook Now owns FB.COM. FB.Com is said now be the server of facebook email. So soon you can your email delivered to email@example.com.
Myspace is up with it's renovation, new look, new abilities, new tools.
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You people act like this AOL's version of Myspace. and well. It shows that you do not internet very well. and now your facebook account is stolen
have you seen the new look of facebook?
Seems not many are happy with the new look.
I myself make it loud and clear that I hate facebook and it’s interactivity.
The place is the antisocial network. You can’t call it a social network if the only
friends you can have, are friends you already have.
Despite those numbers, despite rabid user loyalty, you’re losing money, so much money you got delisted from Forbes’ Masters of the Universe Billionaires list. At the same time another social network, much smaller than yours with less functionality and more questionable future, is gaining a lot of buzz and membership.
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looks like yelp.com is under fire
The complaints highlight an irony for Web sites that stimulate online communities and let users speak their minds. As the sites make the world more transparent, giving people the power to discuss everything from a great pizza to a bad date, the sites’ own transparency is often questionable, as consumers and businesses struggle to understand how they operate.