Facebook Logout: Experiences and Reasons to Leave It
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Facebook Logout: Experiences and Reasons to Leave It

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ebook, 67 pages
Published 2011 by Silens at Smashwords
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Feel like this as well. Seemingly, the bits and bytes have us unless we leave the matrix. Addictive as the internet is, it is not likely to leave. The book of face may be whatever it is.... a place to store photos of my changing environment. As it is now accessible for my viewing no matter where I am. What is needed is internet service and the device to connect.
We are the victimless victims of our creation connecting to the www to obtain our fix.

Strongly believe this a must read.

"When I just wanted to leave my past without any trace, Facebook created a way to reach any person on this world, reminding them about their past even though they may just want to forget it and even though they had changed their life."

When people are crazy about Facebook, they fail to notice the danger and unpleasant things this powerful social media network system has brought to our daily lives. The fact that Facebook claims to own our data is also an alarming issue. You think you have deleted...more
Katarina Nolte
An analysis of social networking questioning the premise of evolutionary growth through technology. The book causes us to ask questions on whether we actually have a greater number of offline friends and whether our friendships are closer or deeper in any way due to our increased use of social media...
This isn't a well written book but it is a quick read and helps you get a handle on the main privacy arguments around Facebook.
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“I don't need more friends. I need to be more in touch with the friends I already have.” 1 likes
“I received my birthday greetings on Facebook. It was weird to get tens of happy birthday messages on my wall and not know whether they had smiled, or if they had dedicated more than a few seconds while browsing other people’s messages, email, web sites, chat windows, and who knows what else. I have never met in real life most of the people who greeted me. Some of them I don’t even know or remember who they are. None of the people who left me a birthday message called my phone.” 1 likes
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