will be on new years eve
at staples center, in downtown LA.
this is facebook’s fatal flaw, and the thing that will make them totally fail
and why i divested my stocks from them:
they dont care what you like. they care if what you like paid for an ad.
facebook knows more about me than anything ever created. it knows i like to see things at staples, it knows i love the crue, it knows i buy lots of concert tickets,
so then why didnt it, with its multi gazillion dollar algorithm alert me that crue tickets were going on sale
and once they sold out, why didnt they tell me that there were lots of tickets on stubhub?
because facebook doesnt care about being a useful tool in my life
it cares about being a commercial entity constantly looking for ways of monetizing the things i like and because the concert sold out so quickly it assumed there were no more avenues in which to sell to me, but alas it was so wrong.
and at its heart it has failed itself and me as a customer.
just tell me things, facebook, the money will come.
i know it’s hard to put that into a powerpoint deck but sorry, it’s true.
when you play games by throttling information you miss out on opportunities.
just show me the things that i want to see and i will be more loyal to your site and omg i probably will stay there longer, and the longer i stay the more chances you have to making me buy something and hopefully it will be something that i actually want.
and yes, i would like to see motley crue’s last show ever. in LA, at Staples
on new years eve.