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Here's why online social networks are bad for humanity, the nerds who helped build them tut-tut

werdsmith Silver badge

In November, Facebook billionaire cofounder Sean Parker took sides against the social networking giant when he admitted he and Zuck had made their billions by "exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology."

That's the one. Go after the saddos. Easy targets.

"But it's a great way to stay in touch with my friends and family, some of whom live in other countries"

"But it's a lazy way of ha;f-arsed pretending to be interested in my friends and family"


Don't try that pathetic lame excuse, there are any number of better ways of properly being touch with people you care about. Not one facebook function could do this better than other ways.

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