I’ve had a bit of fun reading about Facebook’s recent attempt to overthrow Google as the go-to place for useless shit. You see, Facebook’s visits translate into advertising dollars. One fantastic way of increasing the number of visits is by making it practically impossible for you to secure your data, thereby making more content available for all the people that have absolutely nothing better to do than spend hours a day browsing flotsam and jetsam posted by other people with nothing better to do than to post it.
Mark Zuckerberg, the useless piece of shit that spawned this blight upon the internet really, really wants every person in the world to have a Facebook account. His greed seems to be second only to his incompetence. You see, after Facebook made the change to make your data less private, people began browsing Mark’s account and were generally amazed and impressed that Mark was leading by example. You see, Mark wanted let you know that you didn’t need any private data by showing that he didn’t need any private data.
Well, it actually seems that Mark simply wasn’t smart enough to figure out his own security settings. A day after the change, he finally figured out how to lock the content down so his detractors could no longer poke fun as his pictures. So, where some of the less competent Facebook users might have once thought that Mark believed in the changes being pushed by his company, now they not only realize that he doesn’t, but he also isn’t smart enough to tailor the system he designed to his liking.
Many are having a fantastic time with this, but I think that Mark can salvage it. What would be a better sequel to the upcoming Facebook movie than “Facebook 2: Oops, I didn’t mean to share that shit.”?