First, I want to say how happy I am that I don’t have a Facebook page. I can’t be bothered with the many annoying changes that Facebook subjects their addicted users to.
Mark Zuckerberg’s sister, Randi, inadvertently exposed Facebook’s confusing privacy settings when a Twitter user, who is not on Randi’s FB friend list, re-posted a personal photo of hers on Twitter.com.
Randi was upset because she sent the photo to a small group of friends on Facebook. The photo showed her family, including her painfully private brother Mark, standing in the kitchen reacting to Facebook’s new Poke app.
They say change is good but not for the addicted who prefer consistency in their day to day rituals. Any news of changes on Facebook is often met with contempt and even anger by Facebook users who are resistant to change. Now comes news that Facebook plans to charge a small fee of $1 to send a message to the inbox of a user who has not befriended them on Facebook.