Worldwide ebb

The Washington Post has an interesting read this week about Facebook that questions what's next for social networking ...

The story raises some excellent points.

But I'd rather not fathom -- being one who generally resists change -- a day when Facebook is passed over and nearly forgotten ...

After all of the time us Facebook-ers have logged catching up with lost friends and cultivating our profile pages, can't we, for once, keep a piece of technology or software for more than, say, seven years before it becomes useless or out-of-date and we have to start from scratch again?

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