Facebook is our favourite social network. It’s dominance is so complete that the term ‘social network‘ seems to be synonymous to ‘Facebook‘. So I was quite surprised to see Labnol’s post on a pretty bad photo-shop job done by Facebook. I did expect Facebook to be full of geeks and super qualified experts.
A couple of days ago, we came across another interesting bug of sorts on Facebook. It seems to take any three W’s written in a comment on Facebook and makes it into a Link.
It seems after this Facebook not only needs better Photoshop professional they also need better developers.
Only on Facebook…
I thought maybe this happens at other places too which create html links automatically. The one I thought of immediately was Gmail chat. I often drop in just the address of a website and it automatically converted into a link.
I tried entering a similar message on Gmail chat to my friend Vivek Jain. No links created there, but as you can see in the image, I did scare him a little bit with such a weird message. 😛
Then the same message as my Facebook status got me updating my profile with a non-existent link. 🙁
Do you know of any more Facebook blunders? Do share with your comments.