Use Facebook To Create Enemies, Not Friends

One of the jokes about Facebook is how many of the users have people in their friends list that they don’t even know.  While someone may be 20 friends in real life, their friends list counts off over 500 friends.  There is a new app out there to help combat that and help you make enemies, not friends!

Facebook has tried to be happy place with the absence of negativity.  It has not done a good job at that.  While it’s an enjoyable place to catch up with old friends, the want and need of a dislike button sort of ruins the “happy place” mentality.  BGR.com, the new EnemyGraph app helps people find a few more enemies instead of friends.

“Most social networks attempt to connect people based on affinities: you like a certain band or film or sports team, I like them, therefore we should be friends,” self-described transmedia artist and technologist Dean Terry, the app’s creator, wrote in a blog post. ”But people are also connected and motivated by things they dislike. Alliances are created, conversations are generated, friendships are stressed, stretched, and/or enhanced.”

So this app actually points out the differences you have with other people.  Are you ready to make enemies?  Read more at BGR.com

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