Dictionary.com defines the verb like, as (1) to take pleasure in; find agreeable or congenial; (2) to regard with favor; have a kindly or friendly feeling for (a person, group, etc.); (3) to wish or prefer. But come the latter part of the decade, the word evolved into a new meaning, something more technological in nature. With just a click, you officially “Like” an idea, a comment, a status, a picture.

Yes, Facebook is that influential that it has become a vessel to make the English language all over the world change. The massive social networking site, redefines the word “Like”, the meaning is not utterly different. It’s still a positive affect towards an object; but liking, in the Facebook context, is clicking the the “Like” button and making other Facebook users that you agree to a certain statement.

The design studio Nation, takes this new change in linguistics and takes it out of it’s usual realm, Nation takes “Like” to paper.

The Facebook Like Button Stamp lets you “Like” a paper document, very similar to what you can do in Facebook. The stamp will let others know what you feel about anything on paper by having it stamped with the thumbs-up icon.

The Facebook Like Button Stamp isn’t available yet commercially. So if you’re all thumb-up about this stamp then you’d have to wait as the company is still assessing market interest. Meanwhile, you might want to check out Gadgetepoint for the coolest gadgets we’re sure you’d “Like”!

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