If we spent an hour a day, sending direct text messages, writing emails, calling them over the phone, let your friends know that they matter, we will be rewarded with sincerity and genuine friendships.
Facebook: Cancer of Our Generation

I, for a change, use Facebook to keep being connected with old friends and buddies, with whom I will definitely lose touch, if there were no similar tools.

I’d argue the opposite: Facebook and its incredible model keeps us from forgetting about these classmates we had, or about this cool colleague we met and chatted with on a conference.

It’s not about kittens and hearts.

Facebook is just a tool. Not a cancer. Because we have the choice in our own hands. The cancer does not give you much of a choice.

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