“Your friends have posted 1453 updates this week. Reply to post your own status on Facebook or go to http://blah.blah.blah.com.”
This is actually the second time in a few weeks that I have blogged this. But it has become an issue, however minor in the grand scheme of things.
The fact is that if Facebook went away tomorrow I, for one, wouldn’t miss it at all. And I suspect millions of others wouldn’t either. And here’s why:
Those 1453 update were probably important – at the moment – to my “friends” or at least worthy of spendng the time to post. But sorry, friends, I just don’t have the time to read and view 1453 short messages EACH DAY. Now I realize that there are some people who do have that kind of time, for a number of reasons, not the least of which is they have nothing else to do.
Thanks to Ars Technica