Thursday February 20, 2020

Media Opinion: Facebook is social media's Zuckerpunch

Diary of a new media newbie.

2nd June, 2012
While Facebook is a handy way to keep overseas friends updated on where you are at in life, what happens when a confirmed Facebook over-sharer meets a friend for lunch on Friday for a "catch-up"?

It's hard to ignore someone whose biography on Twitter says he's "the anti-Christ of Silicon Valley". The tag belongs to writer Andrew Keen, who has been in the news for the past week and who is clearly not the anti-Christ of Silicon Valley by any conventional standard, in that he happily uses Twitter.

However, he is not on Facebook, because he has a beef with this form of social media. In an article about the...

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