Facebook

Reflect:

Give your perception or experience (Good or Non-Good) in using Facebook as a social media.

 

Facebook is the most popular social networking site of all time. The popularity of Facebook has increased drastically. Within 6 years Facebook has reached more than 1 billion users and still growing rapidly. Nowadays Facebook has become very important part of our life. It is helping us in many ways and also harming us in some other ways. The use of Facebook could be very useful if any kind of addiction is avoided.

 

Through Facebook is free and it's one of the best medium for communication, Facebook lets us connect to different people from anywhere in the world, because almost every people these days are familiar with it. Facebook is the most appropriate tool for finding Old friends.We can share our feelings and what's happening around in our daily life through Facebook.Facebook has good privacy setting which gives you the option to maintain privacy according to your wish.Students can use Facebook for group study by creating a group only for studying.We can also use Facebook as social bookmarking site. We can share our article, blogs, photo's etc to thousands of people. Facebook is well designed.Beside all these advantages, there are some disadvantages to. Facebook often brings bad effects on students’ results. Badly Facebook addicted students do not get good marks in their exams unless they cheat or way too smart for the class!People can stalk you and get your personal information by using Facebook.Beside students, people who works in offices wastes their time in browsing Facebook

 

 

Therefore, people make the technology, not only in the fundamental sense of discovery and invention, but also in the sense that they make it happen and that they contour it in ways that reflect our basic humanity. Our basic humanity is for better or for worse, however. It is vulnerable to context, circumstance and interpretation. And so it is important to remember that Facebook is malleable and creates as many obligations as it does opportunities for expression.

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