The average overdraft charge of $35 on an average overdraft of $36 amounts to an annualised interest rate of more than 5,000%! Is this part of the banking sector's revenue business model?
How much of it could be avoided with user experience improvements?
Should I be pleased that I've been selected by Facebook to have the news feed permanently fixed to top news?
Does it mean Facebook thinks that I only need to bother myself with the sort of people who are so interesting, that lots of other people are commenting about what they write?
Or have the 1984 throwbacks realised they can squeeze more cash out of us by watching what we do when they encourage, er force, us to only read the stuff that other people are already talking about?