Your friends on Twitter are either aglow or aghast, depending on whom you talk to, about the social app’s decision to get rid of its star, and exchange it with a heart.
One little emoji-like icon has started a conversation about what some of our favorite things are.
And, change — apparently — isn’t one of them.
We certainly have seen similar outrage in other social media changes: with adjustments to Facebook privacy terms and the layout of the app.
What does it say about social media when people get so upset about something that — at least on the surface— seems pretty benign?