I think that this youtube/facebook era we are living will eventually change the rigidness with many things. I mean, think about politics. If you find one detail of any politician that connects him with some shady characters, its over for him. But, in the future, only something like 20 years from now, everyone has SOMETHING online about them. Then they can't just find one photo and kick you out. We will have less black-and-white world... Unfortunately, it's not just yet...
hmm, I haven't thought about it from that perspective, I hope you're right, that would in all likelihood mean interesting changes for the better in our society, in many ways
I go on it about once every 4 months to accept the people who added me as a friend. The amount of stupid requests and apps is mind boggling.
It really just seems to be (at least for people my age, who see their "friends" on a daily basis) the next gen IM, with the added bonus of making "popular" people feel like they have even more power due to their friend count.
Come to the edge, he said,
They said: We are afraid
Come to the edge, he said.
He pushed them,
and they flew.
After being an active user since the summer of 2007, I just deactivated my Facebook account.
I definitely let it become more of a distraction than a beneficial networking tool, so I think I'll stick with e-mail for the time being.
Can a person's friend count relate to extroversion? I have an ENTJ friend that has well over 700 friends. I asked him to come clean and admit that he didn't really know some of those people and he swore that he knew every single one of them.
Yeah, I do. Anyone want to be friends? Just Private Message me.
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?