EnemyGraph Facebook App

EnemyGraph Facebook App

EnemyGraph was a Facebook application that allows users to list "enemies" instead of friends.

Any cultural object from films to games to books to politicians can be "disliked".

The project exposes blind spots in social media design and is a direct critique of the social philosophy of Facebook.

The site gained 50,000 users in one week and was featured on NPR, the cover of CNN, LA Times, BBC, MSNBC, The Wall Street Journal, ABC News, Huffington Post, Mashable, and many internet blogs and discussion boards. It was a top trending topic on Twitter for several days.

EnemyGraph Facebook App

EnemyGraph Facebook App

This is a list of top and rending "enemies" as of 2012.

Sarah Palin on EnemyGraph

Sarah Palin on EnemyGraph

Then VP candidate Sarah Palin provided a critique of EnemyGraph on The Today Show.

EnemyGraph Press

EnemyGraph Press

EnemyGraph was widely featured in national and international press, including a number of covers.

EnemyGraph Chronicle Cover

EnemyGraph Chronicle Cover

The cover of the Chronicle of Higher Education featuring Dean Terry & EnemyGraph.

EnemyGraph App

EnemyGraph App

EnemyGraph was co-created by Dean Terry and then EMAC grad student Bradley Griffith. Photo: The Chronicle of Higher Education.