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On 1/26/2014 5:40 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
I was reading somewhere (or perhaps in a film) that Facebook considers
itself to have reached "market saturation" once 55% of the people in a
country/university/other-sample are using it.  Continued investment in
marketing brings diminishing returns so they cut their advertising
budget there (just enough to keep it "ticking over") and increase
their advertising budget elsewhere.

Anyway, this thread wasn't meant to be about bashing social media.
Obviously quite a LOT of us on this list feel much the same way
otherwise we would probably have moved over by now.  A lot of people
DO like social media so i think it's good that TDF has given them a
way of getting help using that sort of method.  Like most things i'd
be surprised if it was perfectly set-up first time but hopefully there
is some way of reporting problems or suggesting new features and maybe
people might see some of those get resolved.

I think it's telling that seemingly the vast majority of questions there
go unanswered.
People that know what they're doing with this software are the ones
that prefer a mailing list, apparently.
Questions get answered here.

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