The fallacy of escaping social networks

Criticize Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram all you want because you’ll never permanently leave.

You may take a break from these social networks but ultimately you’ll log back in, even if it’s just to peek. You don’t have to share content to participate.

It’s impossible to avoid gossip and even harder to resist chiming in. We all want to voice our opinion at some point or another. God gave us brains and language to release us from the prison of

You’ll keep your social profiles active regardless of what data these networks are collecting about you. The fear of missing out exceeds the resistance.

Give up, only to give in.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.