Fake Following: Social Media Without All the Annoying Updates

Fake Following: Social Media Without All the Annoying Updates
technology
Dan Gould
  • 26 august 2008

Social media aggregator Friend Feed has released what has been called “the most important feature in the history of social networks”. Called “Fake follow”, it allows you to be listed as following someone, but not actually receive any of their updates. Interesting idea. This is useful if you want to signify your connection with someone, but not get inundated with every little thing the other person does online.

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