Monday, April 23rd, 2012

Crying Button Accurate For Entire Content Of Internet

"Dee Kim and Bistin Chen created Project Goodcry as an experiment intended to make crying a collective experience. This is the first installment in their extensive study exploring the role of crying in a networked culture. Google Chrome users can now install the “I cried button” on YouTube. Click it when you shed some tears or after you’ve finished material that moved you; instead of rating the video with a series of stars, your emotions are gauged by tear drops."
—My emotions are indeed gauged by tear drops.


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Aloysius (#1,808)

Making it a shared experience kinda defeats the purpose. My kind of crying I'm not exactly looking for a fucking audience.

BadUncle (#153)

You want your anguish public? Fine. Let me give you a public cockpunch.

MollyculeTheory (#4,519)


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