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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Like That Comment

Facebook's famous "Like" button has become even more ubiquitous, as users can now Like individual comments, in addition to statuses, pictures, pages, and all the many, other things they can already Like. Because users can comment on just about every element and content on the social network, this means users are going to have literally thousands of Like buttons available to them.

Users' privacy settings will still determine who sees what, but users whose comments are Liked will be notified, just as they are when new comments are left on content they previously Liked or commented on.

© C Harris Lynn, 2010

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