Posted March 13, 2013 10:08 am by with 2 comments

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What can words do that a video can’t these days? Well, considering who we are and who reads us, first we need to have a little ‘Googlebot text-food’ to introduce the new Netflix social component that was announced by the company on their blog. (You see! ‘Printed’ words still matter in some ways).

Starting today, Netflix members in the U.S. can share their favorite shows and movies on Netflix with friends by connecting to Facebook and agreeing to share.

By default, sharing will only happen on Netflix. You’ll see what titles your friends have watched in a new “Watched by your friends” row and what they have rated four or five stars in a new “Friends’ Favorites” row. Your friends will also be able to see what you watch and rate highly.

Now that we got that out of the way, here’s your video.

  • Steve Freeman

    The idea that I am being followed everywhere is making me paranoid. What if my friend watches porn, do I see that as a recommendation? Well at least I don’t have to actually talk to my friend anymore!

  • Natalia Mielcarek

    it looks good, i’ll transle some text of your article, ane i’ll link to you, ok? web: