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Is Facebook Getting Cremated Or Buried?

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Facebook. The best thing since MySpace. Remember MySpace? Will you soon be asking, "Remember Facebook?" chances are yes, according to technology experts and the New York Times. Reports indicate that 61% of it's users have become inactive due to "boredom" and a little over 20% have deactivated their accounts entirely.

Having a facebook profile is like having your own personal reality show. And Yes, because we can only perceive the world via our own senses, we instinctively think the world revolves around us and that everyone else cares. Of course that fact that everyone uses facebook to look into other peoples lives just confirms this theory and starts a horrible vortex of look at me, ok, look at me, ok, look at me.

 

In truth your not important and no one really cares about who you are or what you are doing. According to Myma Deup, statistics show that each day the average persons facebook profile is visited by .2 people, or 1.4 people per week. Most of these hits are due to inadvertantly clicking on your name instead of the link you posted to the picture of your dog (and NO nobody wanted to see that either).



 

 

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