Deleting your Face (book)

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Life without Facebook is almost impossible to imagine. Our days revolve around checking friends’ statuses, looking at friends’ vacations pictures and secretly being jealous, and changing our own profile picture to that one that makes us look 10 pounds skinnier than we actually are. This post from Huffington Post is from one father whose son took a vacation from Facebook; to his surprise he ended up getting more work done and had more face-to-face contact with his friends. Read this interesting (for some this may be a horror story) account of taking a vacation from Facebook. Here is the link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/steven-crandell/unfriending-facebook_b_851052.html?ir=College
Taking a break from Facebook might be a smart choice especially if you find yourself becoming too distracted by the networking site.
-Frangelica

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