Relationships without a context

Arguably Facebook is making it too easy for us to be superficially sociable, at the expense of deeper social cultural context. That’s hard to prove, but it’s a framework for interpreting the growing pile of circumstantial evidence that indeed something is wrong with Facebook.


Frankly, I don’t see what we have to lose from spending less time on Facebook: Research indicates that social media use is often a kind of addiction. It doesn’t make most people happier, but causes them to feel alienated.

Facebook’s Harm Is Taking Life Out of Context