In a recent post, Jason Calacanis asks the question…
Is Facebook a more efficient, rejection-free, surrogate for the real world? Is that what we want?
I think Jason Calacanis is on to something. Granted there are TONS of positives to it but people can use Facebook as a way not having to deal with relationships in real life.
With Facebook, I can decide who I want to or not to hear from. There aren’t as many surprises. It’s me crafting my own little world that I want to live in. Is that healthy?
Part of life is learning to live with what you can’t control.
More on this to come…
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Not to get all philosophical but, um, yeah. Unfortunately there aren’t enough folks calling it out from within the industry. Do we need a “day of silence” for social networks?
Thanks for the catch Nate.
Any opportunity to poke fun, I’ll take. Thanks for keeping me up to date on all the web stuff I don’t have time to find out pro-actively.