That's why we're sitting there.
Without this cross-pollination, 99% of users sit in their collection of dried classmates, of which at best one in a couple of hundred is active, and do not even know that something is happening outside of it.
Yes, it pisses me off. I think my friends don't need to know that I like. Alas, the same "feature" was picked up by VKontakte. Fortunately, you can disable this feature in the settings.
not embarrassing. I take it positively. I also wonder who my friends like ................................. .................................................. ................. ssmmmmmmmmmmsssssssssmmmm mmssmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
An absolutely normal practice, it's a social network. You already voluntarily talk about yourself, creating a page, but like is it something secret? In addition, do not forget that VK also has such a function, and it is even more convenient (you can see everything at once). You just don't need it, since you don't know.
Never embarrassed. This is convenient for me personally, because you don’t need to repost or send a post to "PM" - it will be seen anyway. And you can also find out a bunch of interesting news and learn something new about your friends. So I'm all for it!
Facebook is generally very bulky, old and rotten colossus. The same as LJ became. Either Facebook is waiting for a transformation, or a collapse. Complicating matters is the fact that Zuckenberg and Co. have become monopolists in the global network. I would be happy if the convenient and understandable "Vkontakte" became the world's number one social network. But that won't happen. If you think about it, this wretchedness of Facebook made it a refuge for the creative class in our country. In this decrepit foreign social network, our people feel protected, chtoli.
On the contrary, it allows me to form a more accurate opinion of my fb friends - and let them know as much as possible about me. I don't need "friends" who won't like my outlook on life if they find out about them.
This is the plus of Facebook - sometimes you can learn more about a person than he would consciously allow you. It also dilutes the limitations of the tape. Someone likes a cool song, you get interested, listen - and fall in love. Someone likes about Stalin, the savior of mankind - and immediately arivederchi. But this is just my point of view)
In general, IMHO, an excellent sieve for the incredibly grown lists of Friends
Doesn't bother. Facebook is a social network, essentially a society. By placing likes, you follow the internal rules of this society, in this case, Facebook. You are a part of it and it works better that way. As mentioned above, it allows you to get to know your friends better and give them the same opportunity. As for me, this is an excellent solution for a social network.
But Facebook also gives a choice for social anxiety - do not follow the rules of society, do not use likes. You won't lose much, but your interests will remain with you.
At first it was embarrassing, but now no, because I know that now. "Forewarned is forearmed". Sometimes I even want my friends to see some posts, thanks to my likes. It’s more embarrassing that friends are shown what kind of events I’m going to and what I’m interested in, so I definitely don’t want to tell everyone.
No, it doesn't bother. At least because in my feed I see a similar activity of friends. Moreover, very often such posts are much more interesting than those offered by my friends. In addition, it teaches me to approach likes more deliberately, to choose only the most interesting and cool. The same goes for discussions that I may or may not join.
I am more confused by a wild and intuitively incomprehensible interface. Maybe, of course, I'm an old man and Facebook is the future, I just don't understand this, but the likes shown to my friends excite me in the last place. If you know that this may be so, then everything is honest and you need to realize that you also see your friends' likes, which allows you to get to know them a little better and understand a little more about human nature. It's a sin not to let them do the same. ;)
Very confusing! It is strange and not clear why they need it. One of the things that repels on Facebook and attracts to other social networks. Maybe someday they will change? ...