Amazon has jumped on the thumbs-up bandwagon. The simple like button has been around for quite some time now but didn’t really gain recognition until Facebook started using it. Most would wonder why they wouldn’t just incorporate the Facebook button. I however can understand them doing their own in house button.
Imagine if your job entailed you sitting in front of a computer all day analyzing chat rooms, meanwhile providing feedback to Marines about roadside bombs and Taliban gunfire. This is the life of some of our Marines, like First Lt. Jamie Christopher.
Facebook is at it again. Trying to find more ways to exploit your information you’ve provided them with. Such as survey clicks, artists you liked, or other things you may have done on Facebook.