I haven’t particularly been a fan of Facebook and its true i’m no longer using the service but I can see a hope for positivity in this scenario. Being connected is becoming a necessity to survive and bringing the ability to learn and share to everyone globally is ultimately whats going to need to happen in the future. We’ve talked here before about people creating their own internet, private from the one we all know and hate to love. Mark wants to create a web that can be universally accessed by anyone at an affordable cost. In todays world the hardware is cheap and the data is the expensive part. Its like driving a car you recieved for free but only gets 5 miles to the gallon in gas.
Its hard to knock a service that has the intention of including everyone in the world