Last week we asked you what you thought of Facebook’s new Timeline profiles. It seems that there is no real consensus about Timeline profiles, and while some people think they’re great, others can’t stand them.
Out of 370 voters, 32% think the new profiles are great, 24% don’t think it matters that much, 36% don’t like Timeline and wish they didn’t have to switch, and 8% don’t even use Facebook and therefore couldn’t care less.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Facebook put a lot of work into Timeline, yet its success seems to be only halfhearted. Among people who actually care about it, Timeline is definitely not a smashing hit. With a third of the voters not liking it and not wanting to switch, it might be time for Facebook to go back to the drawing boards. On the other hand, many people don’t like changes in Facebook in general, so it might just be one more thing to get used to.
This week’s poll question is: What Do You Think Of Electronic Christmas Cards?
Sending Christmas cards is a long-lived tradition, and for many people it symbolizes the togetherness and friendship of the holiday season. Some people like to keep in touch with friends by writing a personal Christmas card every year, while for others this is more of a chore they perform out of politeness. Electronic Christmas cards are a fast and easy way to send out lots of cards without the extra work of going out to buy cards, sitting down to write each one and then going out to the mailbox to mail them. So what is your preferred tradition?
If you prefer regular paper cards, what makes them better? And what makes electronic cards the better choice to spread some Christmas cheer?
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