|We've all seen posts like this on Facebook. At what point is this going to ruin your life?|
Now, we even have the ability to know what news articles people are reading. That's neat, we like it at Truth Sauce when you guys "like" our posts, or share them with people you know, it's what makes us successful. However, how far are we going to take this? At what point do we not need to know what people are reading?
Maybe you have a creepy side that you just don't really want people to know about. It took me years to finally add Wildcard! as my friend on Facebook, because, well, it's bad enough that he knows my phone number, but now people know I know him. Does StevieTodd really want the shame of seeing what kind of blasphemous things I read about? No one wants to see this....
|What I do on my own time is my own business... or at least, it used to be.|
|Seriously, just put the Yahoo! down and step away slowly.|
|Seriously, Cletus, we get it, but that swastika looks nothing like a flower.|
It's cool to think about reading another article your friend read, then when you see them again you can say, "Oh, hey, Tim. I noticed you read that article about all the stuff that is being used to make our food better is also making 11 year old girls have racks the size of porn-stars! Yeah, I like that too." But aren't we getting away from the fact that just because a thought occurs in your head, it shouldn't be published to the world every time you think it?