Facebook Changes: The Visual Responses

Well it’s been a big week of change in the world of Facebook, with rumours of many more on the horizon. As is always the case when Facebook changes anything people are passionately divided, with complaints and compliments flooding our news feeds. Personally, I am enjoying (most of) Facebook’s proactive responses to the launch of Google+, especially the introduction of Facebook Lists and the Subscribe Button. And yes, some of them will take time to get used to – they always do.

I have talked about in past blogs how social media seems to bring out the best in people’s senses of humour. This week has been no exception with the following Facebook funnies (picked from many that have sprung up within a day).

This was many people’s initial reaction to the latest changes…

Ahh we love good old Dr Seuss…

Is this how you feel?

Well it is free peeps but that doesn’t mean we all have to like it…

Yeah I agree that update box in the top right hand corner is kinda annoying so far…

And one last one…

And this one is my favourite as it’s so true…

What do you think of the latest Facebook changes? What do you like / hate? What do you think will be next? Do you think Facebook have responded well to the challenge put them by Google+? Love to hear your views.

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One comment

  1. Micheal Gray says:

    I only use FB because it is free and I only use it because I can chat to a few friends….no friends to chat to….no need to get online…..so I’m not the product or the service….I’m a free rider….who is completely ok with Facebook changing but not when it say I can’t contact people I don’t already know????? So from a computer point of view its black and white….but for a human…I want to meet strangers….

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