Honan states that “the things we read and watch have become hyper-niche and cater to our specific interests”. And Morgan argues that his facebook “feed has relaxed and become more conversational”, in result from his deterrence from using the like button. Maybe I don’t completely understand since I haven’t done the experiment myself, but if you aren’t liking new things isn’t your facebook feed simply going to be filled with topics or things you previously liked? Therefore aren’t our feeds still a “niche” of our specific interests even if we choose not to like things? I agree that the things we like add unnecessary clutter to our feed, but I think both Honan and Morgan are looking at it from extreme point of views. Are all the things that come up form our likes really that bad?