Most of the things in life are related to facebook which I think is just stupidity
unfortunately lot of people found fun and beneficial ways to market an event or product
If you turn off your computer and your smart phone, you will find that nothing in life is related to Facebook.
Most things in life are not related to facebook, depends on who you're talking to...
Some people intentionally wrap their lives around FB
I love FB. And other social networking sites. I have to admit that. But I know the limitations. Social networking sites like FB are too democratized nowadays, anyone can create accounts and post anything they want. Sometimes things that are not that wholesome at all. But of course there are positive counterparts to having accounts on FB and the likes, and that would be another story...
Everything still depends upon the person. And yes, FB-centered (and virtual-world-centered) people should realize that there is more to life than confining themselves into their computers and phones. If not, before they know it, they already missed the thrill and excitement of real LIFE.
So true networkrecruiting. It's a way of disengaging.
I think if we suddenly lost all the technology we have achieved and had to go back to the old ways of doing things, people would piss and moan for a while, some might jump to their deaths, but, things would return to normal before long.
Just imagine all the jobs that would have to come back, if all this technology suddenly stopped working. No more one machine doing the job of hundreds of people. People would actually be getting out and doing stuff, instead of sitting in front of a computer all day.
If the world revolves around anything it's food. You can live without a computer and Facebook, but you can't live without food.
Water would be another big one. When facebook starts spitting out food and water, then your idea might make sense. Maybe I'll get lucky and the creators of facebook will send me a cheeseburger.
But, more than likely I'll just get a picture of one.
My youngest daughter, 15, and her girlfriends put EVERYTHING on their Facebook pages. I keep telling them that someday this will come back to haunt them... they just laugh at me.
I think FB is great, as long as you know your limitations. But that goes for anything in life.
But I really hate when people take pictures in their bathroom and post it on FB.
who are these people, and do you have a summary of the more attractive ones?
n = R(+ve)
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