Anything that becomes as big as Facebook will automatically allow journalists to take easy shots at it. Not that they don’t have some good points to make . . .
“Like many people, I'm experiencing Facebook Fatigue. I'm tired of loved ones—you know who you are—who claim they are too busy to pick up the phone, or even write a decent email, yet spend hours on social-media sites, uploading photos of their children or parties, forwarding inane quizzes, posting quirky, sometimes nonsensical one-liners or tweeting their latest whereabouts. ("Anyone know a good restaurant in
“"It's called narcissism," says Matt Brown, a 36-year-old business-development manager for a chain of hair salons and spas in