Wow, I gotta say Facebook's comment threading is incredibly poorly implemented. It's impossible to see who's said what if you get a notification of a reply to a comment - you have to do a serial search through every nested conversation despite some of one's own comments being preferentially shown (ostensibly to compel one's friends to join the convo).
@seven indeed. I can't help thinking that some of the bad design is actually good in FB's opinion, as maybe their tests show better "stickiness" among pig-headed posters (like me :) ) if the tools kinda suck.
@seven I suspect you're right... although I suspect that they have quite a range of audience personae for whom they cater...
@lightweight Yes...much like Microsoft. When the end goal is money and power, all other considerations (e.g., usability) are secondary.
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