There seems to be a proud tradition in our modern age to publicly analyze (and ultimately criticize) the current “whippersnappers.” Millennials, our time has come.
True, worrying (let’s call it that) about what the next round of adults was a pastime long before the advent of the Internet or even the news media, but Facebook, Twitter, et al., have expanded the conversation and it’s time to stop this nonsense.
Call us what you will: narcissistic, lazy, selfish, entitled. The fact of the matter is, you—the ones passing out these generalized labels—created us.
Facebook users, sharpen your pitchforks and start stretching your rant-typing fingers. Change is coming to a News Feed near you.
If that’s not enough to light the flame of rebellion. Please allow me to provide a match and some lighter fluid.
This time, Facebook has the audacity to make your News Feed more organized. Rather than be limited to “most recent” and “most popular” you’ll be forced to sort through “photos” and “links” and even “friends.”
A recent survey found that Facebook is the most popular app in the US. Not at all shocking, until you consider what app it passed to claim the number one spot — Google Maps.
Yes, I know it is surprising that an app with an actual real life application was number one.
With Google Maps’ dethroning, it’s official the Internet has won. Fresh air, sunlight and actual human interaction, you put up a good fight. But it turns out we don’t actually need you.
After a long three-day weekend, it can sometimes be nice to get back to your routine…or at least it can be nice to start to suppress those less than perfect weekend memories.
You know, the ones that you probably posted on Facebook, but don’t remember posting on Facebook.
In fact, you probably don’t even remember those “memories” but your thousands of Facebook “friends” sure do.
Lucky for you, there’s an app for that—FaceWash. Read the rest of this entry