I don’t own this photo or any rights to it. Because this is the internet.

My childhood was one where social media networks didn’t exist. I came of age at the turn of the century and have been an early adopter of pretty much all the greatest technological advances of the last 20 years. As kids, our biggest thrill was MSN Messenger and Yahoo! Chat and I fondly remember spending late nights talking to friends and flirting with girls from school. In fact, people my age have seen a large variety of technology spawn in our youth and young adulthood. We grew up leading the charge on the advancements in internet communications. From chat portals to MySpace and eventually to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, our generation ushered in a new age of connectivity and communication that was unimaginable in the years that we were born. We were part of this revolution, and now we are witnessing its slow degradation into something else entirely. Because like everything that comes from humble and altruistic beginnings, once corporate America sees potential in it to make money, the party is over...

Read more at https://medium.com/@videobrad/why-im-done-with-facebook-7eae613b2712.