The Quit Facebook for 99 Days Movement is nearly viral. Many people are saying that they are not happy because of being hooked to Facebook. Thus, they could be making an active life and yet remain hours in front of their computer or mobile uploading posts that nobody cares and posting ‘compromising’ photos.
Data are overwhelming because Facebook is the site of millions of visitors and users. In fact, billions of people actively use Facebook: 1.23 billion at the end of 2013. That means above 700 million daily logins, and 640 million minutes spent (wasted?) on the site monthly. Over 47 percent of users login every day, spending an average of 18 minutes doing status updates and liking content.
Yes, data are incredible but what’s the problem? Facebook is a social network only. So Facebook has the same advantages and disadvantages as other social networks but is better designed (faster and appealing), it has different privacy options, and above all, nobody forces you to sign up.
If you have an appointment with interesting people, the project of a fascinating journey, a romantic dinner, or any other great event and you remain liking content, you don’t need ‘The Quit Facebook for 99 Days Movement’ but seriously to reflect on your scale of values.
I love Facebook, I love to see my friends photos because some of them are living in remote towns and I like to keep in touch. I like Facebook because when I’m bored, it’s an entertainment option. Also, when I’m sick and have to stay home. Furthermore, when I’m in a fantastic party and I can share the moment with my family and friends uploading a photo, I think it’s great, and they think the same. We are connected and we like it.
Then, I cannot understand ‘The Quit Facebook for 99 Days Movement.’ What are the hidden interests? To promote another social network?
Nobody in its right mind has failed to do what to do because of Facebook!
Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!