Facebook’s getting out of hand

Once upon a time I was a Facebook addict. It was an awesome way to reach out to people I haven’t been in contact with for years, share photos, update your status 80 times a day, etc. But Facebook apps are getting a little out of hand…

…and I’ve always hated that friend detail feature. </end rant>

10 thoughts on “Facebook’s getting out of hand

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