Facebook users are daft: News at Eleven

by shinnite on Tuesday February 16th, 2010 06:48 AM

In the words of the great shameless geek (as he sits in a chair on the other side of the room) "this is as bad as a bad 80's Schwarzenegger movie".

And trust me, it's bad (and hilarious).

Over at Readwriteweb they post an article about the partnership forming between Facebook and AOL. Perhaps if they hadn't used the keywords "Facebook" and "login", this mess never would have happened...

But they did, and sure enough, the very first commenter is asking to be allowed to log in to Facebook. And by comment five users are getting furious that Readwriteweb Facebook will not let them log in. I haven't read through all the comments, but my personal favorite so far is #24: "What have they done now. It's not simple enough for me to figure out."

Simple enough, indeed.

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