Facebook Is Stalking Me

Much to the hardworking staff’s dismay, we recently received this message from (In Your) Facebook:

Hi [Hardworking Staff],
You haven’t been to Facebook for a few days, and a lot happened while you were away.

[A, B, C]  and 4 other friends have posted statuses, photos and more on Facebook.

Facebookinatrix then directed us to Go to Facebook or See All Notifications.

Coincidentally, the hardworking staff will be moderating In Your Facebook at Boston University’s Mugar Library Monday night, a forum designed to examine the cost-benefit ratio of social media.

Stop by if you can tear yourself away from Facebook long enough.

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One Response to Facebook Is Stalking Me

  1. Laurence Glavin says:

    Yikes…that happened to ME, and I’ve always been an infrequent user of Facebook. I use it to comment on sites that will not accept any other intermediary than Facebook (“Campain Outsider” accepts posts without logging in to Facebook). a very weird thing: somehow Facebook presented a list of “friends” I don’t know, but in the midst of same, there appeared a real-world friend. How did they know?

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