- 13 Feb 2010
Gruber on the confused masses
ReadWriteWeb has a weblog post that ranks highly in Google’s search results for “Facebook login”. The comments on the post are filled with complaints from confused people who think that this is the new Facebook login page.
It’s funny, yes, but it’s a fascinating glimpse at just how confused many people are about how web sites and browsers work. They don’t use bookmarks, they don’t type “facebook.com” in the location field. They just Google for whatever they’re looking for and assume the first result is correct. All this argument over whether the iPad is too simple — if anything it’s probably still too complex.from Daring Fireball: Facebook login
About Robby Russell
Robby is our Chief Evangelist and Founding Partner. In late 2004, he was introduced to Ruby on Rails and soon started a blog, robbyonrails.com, to share his learnings about, what at the time was, an exciting new framework. In the years following, Robby has had the opportunity to speak about Rails in the US, Canada and the UK. These days, Robby is focused on technical strategy, mentoring the development team, and building relationships with current and new clients. Outside of the studio, he enjoys writing and playing music, hiking, photography, reading, movies, and keeping up on his favorite soccer teams, which include Liverpool and the Portland Timbers.