Barack Goes Down?

In fairness, I suppose it is only appropriate that I also show the Facebook changes to the recent election winner and not just the loser.

Here’s a real-time look at the total number of likes on Barack Obama’s on Facebook. The number in parentheses at the end of each line is the difference since you first loaded the page (updated every 10 seconds). It tells quite a different story.
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Mitt Goes Down

It appears that since Mitt Romney’s was defeated in his bid for presidency his Facebook users no longer like him and are leaving in droves. According to Mashable, Mitt is losing an average of 847 Facebook friends per hour.

Here’s a real-time look at the total number of likes on Mitt Romney’s on Facebook. The number in parentheses at the end of each line is the difference since you first loaded the page (updated every 10 seconds). Mmm, sweet tasty schadenfreude!


[facebookbox url=”http://www.facebook.com/mittromney” height=”270″ showfaces=”true” stream=”false”]
If your curious you can see Barack Obama’s changes here. Code via Kent Brewster

What’s Not To Like?

I definitely like this:

I Like What I See is a Chrome extension to automatically click all “Like” links on Facebook. When you visit Facebook, click the thumbs up in the extension bar and start scrolling and liking. Liking and scrolling. Every instance of the word “Like” will be clicked. Don’t worry, Facebook is a fun place full of all of the stuff you like.

I liked what I saw when I saw Steven Klise’s “I Like what I See” Chrome extension. You might like it to, so I packaged it up for your easy consumption.

  1. First click here to download the extension.
  2. Open your Chrome Extension Manager (by typing chrome://extensions into your address bar)
  3. Drag the file you downloaded in step one onto your extension page.
  4. Click Add

131 Alternative Default Facebook Profile Pictures

The wispy-haired, default, Facebook guy can get boring after a while. Why not liven-up your profile with a new and improved default silhouette? Thanks to David there are plenty of alternatives to choose from. You can mouse over each silhouette to see who it represents. Click on each picture for a larger image to download. Have fun.


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