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Washington Post Facebook app improves how but not what

Consumed => “The Facebook App That Changes Absolutely Everything For Publishers” Niall Harbison on Simply Zesty.

http://www.simplyzesty.com/facebook/the-facebook-app-that-changes-absolutely-everything-for-publishers

=> My value add (i.e., left a comment)…

As a general rule the concept is interesting and appears to be fairly well executed. Although I’d like to suggest they add something so you know you’ve been on a page for the required 30 seconds or not. Also, if there was an instant opt-out at the article level I did not see it.

That being said, on a far more practical level, do we really need a way to consume more blah blah blah mainstream media? There’s already plenty of sharing going on, yes? Speaking for myself, what I struggle with is consuming quality content. Not more. Not faster. Not what Bill, Sue or Stephanie read. Simply better. Whether it’s from a friend or from my Twitter stream, I too often feel like I’m opting myself into a stream of spam.

Frankly, the continued obsession with more, easier, faster and/or social isn’t solving my problem with quality and the lack there of.

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