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TOWER OF BABBLE? "More people bailing out of Facebook; is a FB collapse imminent?" by PF Louis (2/9/2013)

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    ... From: Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. Subject: TOWER OF BABBLE? More people bailing out of Facebook; is a FB collapse imminent? by PF Louis (2/9/2013)
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 10, 2013


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      From: Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
      Subject: TOWER OF BABBLE? "More people bailing out of Facebook; is a FB collapse imminent?" by PF Louis (2/9/2013)

      Facebook's one trillion visits engage in narcissistic nonsense

      http://www.naturalnews.com/039029_Facebook_collapse_social_network.html

      (NaturalNews) Facebook caught on fast and furious to become the premier social networking platform in the world. In 2003, Mark Zuckerberg, depicted in the movie "The Social Network" as a brash Harvard sophomore who cared not about others' thoughts and/or feelings, started a social networking interface called Facemash.

      Facemash was initially for Harvard students. It's name soon morphed into TheFacebook. Mark inspired technical help and financing from three other Harvard students who eventually sued him after TheFacebook became simply Facebook and went well beyond Harvard's campus with investors' money attached.

      Zuckerberg settled with those other three students. Everyone made money, especially Mark. As Facebook's popularity grew, other dot-com groups and individuals started buying shares at high prices, raising Facebook's value. Then Mark started selling shares of Facebook publicly in 2012.

      A cyberspace tower of babble

      Despite Facebook's business applications and providing a networking platform to various activists for social, environmental, and health reform, a large part of the billions of worldwide users who have contributed to Facebook's one trillion visits engage in narcissistic nonsense.




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