Facebook can't count.



  • In the group, where it has the list of members, there's a link saying 6 haven't replied. Click the link and you get a list of 5 (count 'em).

    http://image.bayimg.com/dagcnaabb.jpg 



  • Facebook has a  feature that allows a user to completely block his profile from those not on his/her friends list. So the count is probably right, you just didn't make the 6th person's list! ;-)

     



  • I saw the Vampires application on someone's page showing that someone had converted some insane number of friends to vampires (> 100,000) but I can't find the screenshot now.  Actually, considering how many friends on there some people have, that might be real after all...

     



  • @Galelasa said:

    Facebook has a  feature that allows a user to completely block his profile from those not on his/her friends list. So the count is probably right, you just didn't make the 6th person's list! ;-)

     

     
    I always thought hiding your profile simply caused your name to show up just as text, instead of as a link to your profile. Must be another level of privacy altogether - some sort of super-stealthy ninja mode.



  • I had though that too, until a colleague showed me how he managed to fly under the radar completely. Though why he bothered to join if he didn't want anyone to find him is beyond me.



  • @Galelasa said:

    I had though that too, until a colleague showed me how he managed to fly under the radar completely. Though why he bothered to join if he didn't want anyone to find him is beyond me.

    And how did he do that?



  • @Galelasa said:

    I had though that too, until a colleague showed me how he managed to fly under the radar completely. Though why he bothered to join if he didn't want anyone to find him is beyond me.

    Stalking is fun.

    (I don't know Facebook, I'm saying this based on my knowledge of Orkut)



  • [quote user="Renan "C#" Sousa"]

    Stalking is fun.


    [/quote]

    "Clearly we should have sex."
     



  • [quote user="Renan "C#" Sousa"]@Galelasa said:

    I had though that too, until a colleague showed me how he managed to fly under the radar completely. Though why he bothered to join if he didn't want anyone to find him is beyond me.

    Stalking is fun.

    (I don't know Facebook, I'm saying this based on my knowledge of Orkut)

    [/quote]

    You know what's fun?

    Using pictures of someone's environment on their Flickr account to get their location in Google Earth.

     

     

    I mean.

    YEAH.

     


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