Tuesday, 17 January 2012


Facebook - A site that nearly all of us go when we are on the internet and have some free time.
Imagine life without Facebook, it could make us more social, more enthusiastic to actually see our friends in person. Or would it make us lonely, deprived of social interaction? Does Facebook really connect people? or does it actually disconnect us? Instead of doing something enjoyable like talking and hanging with friends, I am sending them little ungrammatical notes and amusing photos in cyberspace, while sitting alone at my computer. Far from connecting us, Facebook may actually be isolating us from the real world.

Facebook is a very good social networking device. It allows you to create and maintain a profile, which can be used to tell people more about you. On your profile you can edit things such as your profile picture, gender, birth date, home town, family, relationship status, political views, religion, activities, hobbies, interests, favourite music, favourite movies, favourite TV shows, favourite quotations, favourite books, about me information, contact details and education and work. There are also many groups, pages and networks that you can join to connect with people that have similar interests. As well as joining them, you can create them yourself. Status updates can be used to tell people what you are doing, eating, drinking, reading, watching, listening to, etc. You can also use the status update to post links, photos, videos, events, etc.

Facebook can be described as really good or really bad, it just depends on how you look at it.

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