Enemybook is an anti-social utility that disconnects you to the so-called friends around you.
Enemybook remedies the one-sided perspective of Facebook, by allowing you to manage enemies as well as friends. With Enemybook you can add people as Facebook enemies, specify why they are your enemies, notify your enemies, see who lists you as an enemy, and even become friends with the enemies of your enemies.
- What’s New
- 3/20/08Latest update to the Enemyblog:
Enemytalk & My Favorite App
- 2/16/08Enemybook to Bring World Peace
- 11/21/07Announcing SuperFlipOff!, the first app for the Enemybook Platform.
- 11/14/07Added the ability to customize which enemies appear on your profile.
- 11/1/07Made it easier to enemy public figures like George Bush, Paris Hilton, the Yankees, and Voldemort. See who people are enemying!
- 10/30/07Love Enemybook? Display your love for the program that displays your hate, with t-shirts, buttons, and more.
- Enemybook interview on NPR’s Day to Day.
- Enemybook article in the Boston Globe.
- Enemybook on Slashdot.
- Enemybook on Wired.com.
- Enemybook in The Observer.
- Enemybook in The Syndey Morning Herald.
- Enemybook on NPR’s All Things Considered.
- Enemybook article from Reuters.
- Enemybook in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Enemybook in Timeout London.