Face It, Facebook Has Us Where Mark Zuckerberg Wants Us

Because they are so angry about the Cambridge Analytica scandal many Facebook users are deleting their Facebook accounts and spreading the hashtag #DeleteFacebook. But Facebook is ubiquitous. Facebook Connect is the way a lot of people log into applications and websites all over the Internet. Is it really possible to live a full life online without Facebook these days?

8 thoughts on “Face It, Facebook Has Us Where Mark Zuckerberg Wants Us

  1. I’m not on the Facebook, but my “online life,” which unfortunately is not mutually exclusive but virtually redundant in my case, is already a bit fuller than it should be…

    BTW, all you techies out there (I’m looking at you, Craze), this comic refuses to display, either on my phone or my computer. Any connection to the absence of Facebook in my life…?

    • Oh, absolutely. It can only be seen by FB’ers. 😉 Email me your bank account # and I’ll see if I can fix it…

      (I don’t see a comic either. Traced the html down a ways and it looks like someone forgot to add the reference to the actual cartoon.)

      @Ted! We’re hurting here! The first slide in the slide deck contains text but no pic.

      • Yay! Yes you did — thanks! 🙂

        (Still need my bank account #? You’ll probably want the PIN, too.)

  2. > Is it really possible to live a full life online without Facebook these days?

    Well, I’m pretty sure it’s possible to live a full life w/o ‘online’ – Facebook is somewhere south of that.

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