It is not the first time I receive this crazy error message when trying to enter a comment to a Facebook status update.
Now, if I am indeed offline as Facebook seems to be thinking, then what is the point in showing me this mesage? If I were offline I would obviously not see it.
If I were not connected to the Internet, I would obviously not see this error message:
Come on, Facebook! Get your act together! It is not Okay!
During my few weeks in Facebook I have received three nominations for a superlative. My own sister nominated me as most likely to be an alien. Maybe so but I just wonder what that would make her.
Mick granted me with an assumption that I would be most likely to party like a rock star. He may know something about it because we have been seen to party together on a couple of occasions but if you take a look at his profile and then mine (provided that you have a Facebook account) you may judge for yourself which one of us looks more like a rock star.
Last but not least, Indrek says I am most likely to google everything. I do a lot of googling, granted, but everything? Like my bookmarks or the contents of my feed reader?
Being a googling party alien is not so bad. Some people have called me worse than that and I did not mind. But that is another story.
Tags: facebook, political compass
I spotted at Chawed Rosin an image of the political compass scores of each of the US presidential hopefuls. Since I happened to take the very same test the other day through my Facebook profile, I inserted my own score (Left/Right: -3.50, Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -6.82) into the same image. This is how I seem to compare to the candidates:
Looks like Mick Gravel and Dennis Kucinich are the only two of the bunch who manage to place themselves at the same field quarter with me. I was no longer surprised for the outcome since Kucinich also topped the result I got from both Candidate Calculator and Presidential Candidate Selector. As for Gravel, he was close to top in Candidate Calculator but somewhere in the mid region in Presidential Candidate Selector.
As usual I want to point out that this sort of surveys should only be considered as web entertainment. I would never consider casting a vote according to a survey score (even if I had one in this particular election). That said, my interest in these two fellows has been awaken.