Locke N. Lawded wrote:The hits just keep on coming from Jesse J. Clark's blog:Why we Need to Get Rid of Facebook, Myspace and Twitter
As you may know, technology is changing how we live. Some technology is great, like technology that helps the medical personnel, law enforcement personnel and the like but some technology is just garbage. Our children are growing up in the Facebook, Myspace and Twitter era. Yes, I understand that Facebook and Myspace are sites used to reunite and communicate with friends, however, that's all our kids care about. Not only can we get online to facebook and myspace, we also get it on our cell phones. It seems as though our faces are stuck to the computer or cell phone updating our "status" on either Facebook, Myspace or Twitter. I mean, who really cares what you are doing. Don't you people want some privacy? Why would you tell the world what you are doing and where you are at. Why do you post pictures for people to see? How about you people deactivate your accounts and do something with you life? Read a book? Get a job? Do some homework?
We are all going to learn that these sites will have a bad effect on our kids if we do not control it.
This one is particularly ironic, no?
I guess that's what happens when you don't require an LSAT for admission.