From TechCrunch: Droidfooding: After Years Of Giving Employees iPhones, Posters At Facebook HQ Beg Them To Test Android by Joseph Constine
“In the early days we gave employees iPhones primarily”, a Facebook spokesperson tells me. That decision and the rise of Android has left Facebook scrambling to get employees dogfooding its apps for Google’s OS. Now the company’s headquarters is plastered with these eye-popping posters asking Facebookers to “switch today”, and fix Android flaws with its secret bug reporting tool “Rage Shake”.
Facebook is making a shift. Not just to mobile, but to a balanced focus across mobile through an informal program to nudge employees to Android. It was first mentioned by Business Insider’s Owen Thomas in August and I’ve since investigated. The campaign casually known as “Droidfooding”, a portmanteau of Android and dogfooding — eating your own dogfood aka testing your own products.
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From examiner.com: Facebook users may no longer have their say on privacy policies by Cendrine Marrouat
Are you ready for some major changes? On Wednesday, Facebook proposed an update that will probably ruffle more than a few feathers.
The company would like to put an end to its voting system, a three-year old practice that allows users to share their feedback and weigh in on decisions regarding privacy on the site:
“We deeply value…
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