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'''Social Media''' -- An odd epoch in Earth's history. Most notably a web site called "FaceBook" managed to collect personal information from every man, woman, dog, and cat on planet Earth. Regarded as piffle by many experts, the information was eventually used to foist useless products onto users. A predictable backlash occurred and many users just did not "like" the utter collapse of privacy in the world. As a result, new "unsocial media" sites sprang up such as ShoveIt.org, GetLost.com, and PissOff.net. To satisfy unhappy investors and a dwindling user base, Facebook bought something called MySpace.com and ushered in a new generation of "Social Narcissistic Media" by launching MyFace.com. FaceBook then became the first of many "Social Kardashian's."
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'''Social Media''' -- An odd epoch in Earth’s history. Most notably, a website called “Facebook” managed to collect personal information from every man, woman, dog, and cat on planet Earth. Regarded as piffle by many experts, the information was eventually used to foist useless products onto users. A predictable backlash occurred and many users just did not “like” the utter collapse of privacy in the world. As a result, new “unsocial media” sites sprang up such as ShoveIt.org, GetLost.com, and PissOff.net. To satisfy unhappy investors and a dwindling user base, Facebook bought something called MySpace.com and ushered in a new generation of “Social Narcissistic Media” by launching MyFace.com. Facebook then became the first of many “Social Kardashians.” See a [[A Kardashian]]

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Social Media -- An odd epoch in Earth’s history. Most notably, a website called “Facebook” managed to collect personal information from every man, woman, dog, and cat on planet Earth. Regarded as piffle by many experts, the information was eventually used to foist useless products onto users. A predictable backlash occurred and many users just did not “like” the utter collapse of privacy in the world. As a result, new “unsocial media” sites sprang up such as ShoveIt.org, GetLost.com, and PissOff.net. To satisfy unhappy investors and a dwindling user base, Facebook bought something called MySpace.com and ushered in a new generation of “Social Narcissistic Media” by launching MyFace.com. Facebook then became the first of many “Social Kardashians.” See a A Kardashian

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