In 2011, Facebook is truly a way of life for most people. Gone are the days when having a friend in a different state meant you hardly ever talked & would possibly drift apart. Now you can write on their wall, read their status updates, view & comment on their pictures, “like” the same things, and even poke them. Their friends can become your friends & vice versa. It is a way to keep in touch, to make a statement, to share your moods, and to tell the world what you are up to via minute-by-minute status updates. You can build a business, connect with family, advertise events, and even start or end a relationship, all just by logging in to your Facebook account. Nowadays, it’s almost unheard of not to have a profile. And in the case of Sorry We’re Perfect, it can be a real platform to have your voice heard & make a difference. When we did our episode last week on Jack Smith, we saw how effective Facebook can be in reaching out to people. What started as a simple social networking site for college students has become a craze that has made the world seem smaller and people feel closer together. Where is Facebook headed? What has made it so successful compared to other networking sites? Is it all good, or are their negative aspects to living in a world that revolves so much around Facebook? Join us on Sorry We’re Perfect as we explore the Facebook Phenomenon.
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