The Commuter’s Guide to the Facebook Wars
So much chatter all over the Web, pro and con, about Facebook. How can you possibly weed through it all to spend your precious time reading only the most relevant (coherent, concise, and literate) entries that actually contribute to the dialogue? You can’t. As Dennis Miller once memorably quipped, “I’ve got a life to lead, cha-cha.” So with a nod to the late Douglas Adams, legendary creator of "The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy," we present our Commuter’s Guide to the Facebook Wars, a collection of the best of the best opinion and information we’ve found out there thus far. You know those little nested boxes someone got you as a gift one time? Where you open one little crafted box only to find another inside, and another inside that? Well, some of the entries in our collection offer a similarly multi-layered treat in that they link to multiple Facebook-focused blog posts, too. In that sense, telecom and systems integration types might call us an aggregator of aggregators. But we digress.
This is a living, breathing, and ranting organism, so we’ll be adding links to it from time to time as new discussions come flaming meteorically across the blogosphere. If you find other entries out there that you think should be included in The Commuter’s Guide to the Facebook Wars, please send them here, and we’ll add the best to the list.
“I HATE/AM QUITTING FACEBOOK” etc.:
(How to delete, not just “deactivate,” your Facebook account; of course requires login) --
OTHER INTERACTIVE INVASIONS OF PRIVACY: