It takes 48 hours for everyone to get used to the new layout, and then we all whine again when it changes again.
If my drug dealer decides to stand in front of the Baskin Robbins instead of in front of the Subway, I'M still the one addicted to the product, aren't I? Why waste time whining "Hey dude. I had to wait thirty seconds for that crosswalk. Didn't used to have to do that. So... can I have a dime?"
That is all.
OK one more: Google plus never quite made it. I don't think it will.
And here's why:
Because with google behind it, it never got a chance to make its mistakes in obscurity.
Google didn't do a huge buildup to google docs, but just made it available, and waited for people to discover it was an awesome service. By the time a lot of people were discovering it, it had already worked out many of its initial glitches. With Google's last few social forays, it created a big
Plus, Google will never again have that "outsider" cool that helped it in the beginning, that helped Facebook and Twitter get going.
Not to mention:
the SNS market's saturated. Supersaturated.
I don't want to sign up to another linkedin hi5 facebook myspace twitter WHATEVER the heck, have another place to log in, have another login and password to remember, and another place that might get hacked, and wade through overlapping services anyway.
So... until somebody invents the combinator that lets me click on ONE button, and be updated on my facebook, twitter, kakao, linkedin etc. services without having to visit five different places, I'm in. Call it FacebLinKakaoWitteReddit
Until then, I'm happy with what I have.
And no, I'm not signing up for reddit.