Privacy? Anyone have a clue what that used to be? It would appear not as we seem to want to know every little thing about everyone. A forthcoming blog with go more into depth on this topic, but for this morning, I'm focusing on Facebook. Yes, Facebook.
I remember when that site started. It seemed like it would take an act of Congress just to join, whereas Myspace was like the playground around the corner...anyone can join.
As time has passed, though, as with any new playground, Myspace has become dilapidated. At the same time, Facebook has opened the floodgates for anyone to join.
Recently, I've noticed this new application, or something...not really sure what it is, that lets you know who views your profile. Here is my query...is it really that big of a deal to know who views your profile? Most people, at least on my list, have their profiles set to private, so the only people that would be looking at it would be those on their friends list. Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't they the people you want looking at your profile? Isn't that why you approved them?
Sometimes I really do wonder why I even bother with this site. Then I remember how utterly pointless the other option, Twitter, is.
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