Tuesday, September 22, 2009

For the annals of "unconvincing Facebook alerts"

There's a Facebook application called iLike, where you can make a list of your favorite music and get alerted when one of your favorites is going to play a concert in your town. This message from iLike just arrived in my inbox:

"George Harrison posted a concert near you!"

5 comments:

Josh said...

I would attend if I were you. This might be a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Jeff said...

I dunno...you could have quite a scoop on your hands.

LemmusLemmus said...

Is this your way of trying to tell us you're writing this blog from heaven? If so, take this as a request for more diary-type posts. No, make that "stern request".

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