We may be seeing the limits of scalability, due in part to design failure, play out at Facebook right now.
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Danny makes a number of stinging observations about the perverse distortions of reality euphemistically called “FaceBook Upgrades,” concluding:
It’s f’ing simple. Ask people. Ask people what they want. Hey, you want a strip of pictures at the top of your page? No? Click this X to get rid of it. Want this box of friends to show? Here’s an X to get rid of it. Is this stuff linked to privacy settings? Then make the X or whatever take you directly to those controls.
Facebook exhaustion. I swear, this is what’s killing you for me.
Danny, it gets worse: the F’s at FB took away the only [X] that had any real value.