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Published on Aug 5, 2018
Facebook- the soulless silicon purveyor's algorithm that ate the world and regurgitated a cheapened, depreciated definition of friendship for ad click attention extension and legalized identity theft. Most of us know who our real friends are, what friendship is... uncategorizable by the id sniffing frat boy algorithmists who got rich but never grew up- while damaging the world. Facebook: a machine run by people that couldn't care less about anyone's puppies or grandchildren- as anything more than bait. Another 21st century mind osterizer target acquisitioning money machine further desensitizing, pigeonholing, simplistically categorizing us (too often erroneously, oh well) --- indifferently, impassively streamlining (us) to minimize efforts for maximized profit. The machine telling us who we "are". Obedient to manipulation by artificially induced "trends" to Get. Your. Wallet. Out. Now. You Need This. You Want That" Repeat. Repeat... all the while every A to Z biz and scam and con and their dogs are harvesting or outright being sold your profile, personal info. One way of another. Oh yeah, and when things go bad and get publicized- Then comes the classic maneuver- they (facebook not the only) profusely exclaim they're doing something(?) to "improve things" "we're working on it"- and actually that's all they do- make the public proclamation "they're on it" - then do basically nothing that would actually affect their bottom line ($$$$). Media coverage announcing they're fixing the problem IS the extent of their "fixing the problem". Dumb public, short memories, back to business as usual until next time. "As Facebook expands inexorably, perhaps we should focus less on the asset and more on the impact. Facebook is preternaturally addictive. We humans are junkies for updates and information — gossip, news, hearsay, chat. By extending its seemingly endless tendrils online, Facebook is changing us in ways that are arguably out of anyone’s control — including that of the gifted entrepreneurs who actually run the “site” itself." Harvard Business Review, 2011