jammybastard wrote:did he jump or was he pushed?
you made me think of an old Richard & Linda Thompson song
snoqueen wrote:If there's one way to dumb something down, it's Facebook. Facebook is geared for people who are operating at best on a high school level.
Ducatista wrote:We each get the facebook we deserve. Mine, of course, is awesome.
snoqueen wrote:But the pages also prove my point; Facebook is not about dialogue, which is pretty much limited to one-liners and "awesome." It's more about sharing pictures and links.
Well, that is a blithely sanguine assessment.Francis Di Domizio wrote:Facebook is the medium for the content, not the content itself.
fennel wrote:Well, that is a blithely sanguine assessment.Francis Di Domizio wrote:Facebook is the medium for the content, not the content itself.
I think there has to be a better way to communicate with folks than through a corporation whose raison d'être is to siphon personal information and sell it to the highest bidder.
snoqueen wrote:It's more about sharing pictures and links. There's nothing wrong with that except for all the good stuff it leaves out -- stuff that people create by thinking, reading, and writing down what they have to say, especially regarding current events. Is this totally dead in today's context?
snoqueen wrote:For entertainment I like going to Pinterest and searching on architecture and environment topics.
Stebben84 wrote:Kind of surprised JJ hasn't chimed in on this thread yet. Wonder if he'll keep posting after he's gone.