Sit on My Facebook! – Internet “Love” Song by The Scribes [Video]

Once upon a time there was the love that we all knew, but then came a different kind of love, one which takes intimacy to a whole new level! This type of love is called the “internet love“.

In short, and without trying to glorify the topic, this generation of youth redefines love in terms of social media and internet terms, channels, tools and websites! Love is transformed from actions in real life to any other virtual actions such as poking, messaging, tagging, befriending of Facebook, tweeting and so on.

By chance, I came across this sarcastic video and it fully explains what I am talking about. I present to you: Sit on My Facebook!

What do you think: Do you feel sad about how love is being perceived these days? Do you agree that it is unnerving how social media and the internet use our feelings and emotions to grow and expand?

Looking forward to your comments below…

The Social Network: A Movie about Facebook

“You Don’t Get 500 Million Friends without Making a Few Enemies”!

Starring: Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake, Andrew Garfield, Joseph Mazzello and Armie Hammer.

Directed by: David Fincher.

October 2010, in a cinema theater near you…

I am looking forward to this movie, are you?

Waiting for your feedback and speculations about the movie :)

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Openbook is Out to Get YOU!

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When we sign up to a social media platform, such as Facebook, we – so naively – think that the information we will share will be with the people we choose. However, little by little, and while our addiction is growing bigger and bigger, we find out that things are not what we thought they […]

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5 Simple Ways to Protect Your Privacy On Facebook

5 Simple Ways to Protect Your Privacy On Facebook

Wingnuts!

Now those privacy zealots are always bashing Facebook and its users for not valuing their privacy, and calling on everyone on the web to go back to their cocoon and place a big firewall seal on their information and lives. But let us face it, majority of the people on the internet like their Facebook and social media and like using...

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The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook

The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook

Facebook privacy 2010 (Apr)

Recently Facebook has gotten on the bad side of most people, from politicians to security experts to casual folks everyone is starting to realize just how little Zuckman and his Facebook care about their user's privacy. At first it was concerns about the latest "Like" feature that was popping up on 3rd party websites, then there...

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PicFog: Exposing your Twitter images to the world!

PicFog: Exposing your Twitter images to the world!

Using the open structure of Twitter, all pictures that have been placed on Twitter profiles that have not been blocked from third-party viewing are automatically relayed to PicFog, including the text that accompanies the picture. Read more...

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Introducing Google TV — Be Careful What You Wish For! [video]

Introducing Google TV — Be Careful What You Wish For! [video]

When I first heard about Google TV, my initial reaction was: "Wow! Everything I need in my living room or even bedroom... A dream that is actually materializing into something tangible!". But...

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IBM’s Crime Prediction Software — Goodbye, human rights?

IBM’s Crime Prediction Software — Goodbye, human rights?

Crime Statistics

The Florida State Department of Juvenile Justice will use analysis software from IBM to predict crime by young delinquents, putting potential offenders under specific prevention and education programs. Goodbye human rights!

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