Facebook expectations

Post an original, insightful thought or unique anecdote: three likes.

Share an unoriginal political half-truth Photoshopped on a picture of a presidential candidate: twelve likes, thirty comments.

Post the 2,000th picture of your children: 181 likes, 73 affirming comments.

…This is why my blog exists.

One thought on “Facebook expectations

  1. Laur

    True. The first one is sad. But true.
    The quizzical, out of world and unusual is the last to be seen as important. But Albert Einstein did say a quote that was very true: Imagination is more important than knowledge.

    What would happen if we took that quote seriously? How would society’s values change if we thoroughly took that quote to a higher standard?

    Makes you wonder :)

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