DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that Facebook’s ‘Like’ button used to be the ‘Awesome’ button? Facebook engineer Andrew Bosworth said that he and the other engineers were enthusiastic about the “Awesome” button. But Facebook chairman and chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg declined the idea.
Many symbols were brought up in the discussion on what should be the main feature of the application. These include stars, concerning that it would translate to "I give this 1 star" which is a bad review. And there was also the "Plus" sign that was possibly accompanied with a minus sign. And lastly, the "Thumbs up," but there was concern about internationalization as this is a bad sign in some places. But in the end, the site eventually settled on the thumbs up or “Like” button. This is a decision that Bosworth said was met with a decidedly lukewarm reception since most of the engineers warmed to the term "Awesome". Interestingly, one of the engineers who invented the "Like" button has removed the app from his mobile phone. Justin Rosenstein is so concerned by his "time wasted" that has also blocked himself from Reddit and Snapchat. Despite that, the Facebook "Like button has been pressed more than 1.13 trillion times. This resulted in people judging themselves based on their Facebook likes. Because of that applications and services offering to get facebook likes are now available. There are now even ways to get free likes on Facebook.
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