Facebook is like the Hotel California. You can never leave. Rather than leaving or deleting, a number of events made me ‘discontinue’ my Facebook account. 1. The politicization of Facebook. Facebook was originally designed as a social media platform, somewhere folks of all stripes can connect. Mark Zukerberg also saw huge potential down the line … Continue reading Facebook and Wasting Time.
Some Notes on Facebook
The most powerful social media platform in history is amazing and lucrative, but has downsides.
Contains adult themes and may be offensive
Or HOW CYBERBULLIES WILL REINCARNATE AS BACTERIUM I went off Facebook for a several months - mainly because of the extraordinary invective I was receiving from certain quarters after the death of Sarah Lundberg. The majority, indeed most of the communications were heartfelt condolences, and will remain with me as a comfort for my life. … Continue reading Contains adult themes and may be offensive
The most important thing an arrogant person can learn
is the fact that always there is someone smarter and therefore more powerful than you. I remember recently ending a lengthy and complex relationship I had with Facebook mainly because of the overwhelmingly unreal atmosphere that pervades that medium of social interaction. It was addictive, exhausting, a realm for self promotion and bragging and ego … Continue reading The most important thing an arrogant person can learn
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