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You want to quit Facebook, but you can’t.The social network’s hold on your personal and professional information is huge.
And who wants to be judged for not having the service? Think of the ridicule!
Whenever Facebook adds or changes features, users always say they want to quit the social network, but you, my normal friend, will not.
You’ll read about how Facebook has “slowly but surely helped itself — and its advertising and business partners — to more and more of its users’ information.”
You may feel a slight twinge of anxiety. But you’ll stay on Facebook forever.
You're not going to go back to waiting an hour to send an email to 30 people with 40 photos. attached.
Without Facebook what are you going to do when you don't have a friend's email address or phone number? Facebook messaging blows. But at least you know you can reach anybody who has a Facebook account.
Twitter only lets you use 140 characters. What are you going to do when you want to express a longer opinion?
How will you hear about parties? How will you remember where and when those parties are? Evite? Other events too.
Sure, Facebook has privacy issues, but you don't care about privacy anymore. Remember when you wouldn't use your real name on the Internet?
You've never quit before. Remember News Feed? Beacon? Now Graph Search? You didn't quit then and won't now, either. Not even if you want to.
What are you going to do when you're in the elevator? Facebook is one of the most popular iPhone apps.
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