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Facebook and Facebookish: Introducing “ish” to Social Media

This “ish” concept was born, as an afterthought to my Open Letter to Facebook, as a response to the absolute lack of support from Facebook.

But it could be used in relation to other social media sites as well.

When apple is not entirely green, but has green color in it, we say it’s green-ish, right? Which indicates that the object in question has the hint of a green color in it, yet is far from being entirely green.

Taking this analogy one step further and moving to the general assumptions, we can say that “ish” indicates the presence of certain features in any particular object, but those features in their current state or form are far from perfect.
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