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TimSpalding
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I‘m divided on this one. An insider account of various startup and Silicon Valley situations appeals to me, and there‘s a walk-on by Paul Graham, whom I know slightly and whose work I know well. But the style, voice and content are that of a world-class, and only half self-aware asshole.

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RamsFan1963
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Today is October 1st, and it's my last day on Facebook. I'm so tired of the homophobia, bigotry, misogyny, white nationalism and just plain old HATE. The election of 2016 will be a drizzle compared to the $#!+storm that's coming in 2020. Life is too short for that kind of grief.

cobwebmoth I deleted my account a few weeks ago. I don't regret it. 2mo
RamsFan1963 @cobwebmoth I wish I'd done it sooner. I only kept it because I use messenger to speak to my mom and friends out of the country. I can still use messenger if I deactive but not delete the account. 2mo
GrilledCheeseSamurai 👏👏 I deleted my account 8 or 9 years ago and I've never ever missed it. I remember the first week without it was a little weird but after that...goodbye drama. 👍 2mo
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sprainedbrain Good for you! I deleted my account in December and haven‘t missed it once. 🙌🏻 2mo
RainyDayReading I deactivated my account a little while ago and it felt so good! I never realized just how much negativity was feeding into my life little by little just by having Facebook. 2mo
Birdsong28 I haven't been on for about a month now and I never felt better. 2mo
Librarybelle A couple months ago, I took a step back. I deleted the app from my devices and only periodically log in by my computer. I feel so much better about it! There are a few friends and colleagues throughout the country that I connect with on FB, so I still want to use that to see photos and share conversations, but other than that, I‘m so over FB. 2mo
Amiable I‘m headed in that direction, too. I‘ve kept it only to stay in touch with far-flung friends and family. I might try your suggestion, @Librarybelle 2mo
Meaw_catlady After the 2016 election I basically quit Facebook. I kept it for messenger but I think I deleted around 100 friends at least ... it‘s so sad 2mo
RamsFan1963 @Meaw_catlady Sadly the 2016 election was a real eye opener for me, I didnt realize how far apart I was from some of my friends, ideology speaking. People I took to be sane and rational were saying the most horrible things. It made me very sad. 2mo
Redwritinghood I was never on there much, but I completely dropped out after the 2016 election. My midwestern relatives are awful on there. 2mo
Meaw_catlady I wasn‘t surprised honestly by the comments and attitudes most of my “friends” were posting to FBook . I was really big into Fbook in college and I went to a conservative Christian college. My thoughts and opinions changed drastically after leaving college and I‘m not mad about it. I‘m free from a lot of hate and feel so much more happy!! 2mo
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fernsprecher
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Nette Idee die Weltgeschichte im Facebookstyle aufzubereiten.

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LogiKitty
The Future of Us | Jay Asher, Carolyn Mackler
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I gave this like 2 stars. It was cool toward the beginning, but about halfway through, I started getting bored. The plot was predictable, and I wasn't really invested in the teens. I feel like this could have been a great book, but it wasn't!

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sarahreinhard
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Interested in artificial intelligence, technology, the way the future could be shaped by the intersection of the two? It‘s coming — the future and the dominance of AI. But what does that mean? Webb not only provides detailed analysis, an impressive bibliography, and a history that‘s multifaceted, but she also crafts storylines that support different decisions we could all make. Yes, us. You and me. (Also pictured, my next read.)

Smrloomis Interesting! And welcome to Litsy! 🥳 5mo
sarahreinhard @Smrloomis thanks! And it was very interesting! 4mo
sarahreinhard @SW-T thanks! (Took me a while to figure out how to add comments...) 4mo
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Schnoebs
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I feel this so much lol

#facebook #mpls #twincities

HOTPock3tt 🙌🏽😆 5mo
jen_the_scribe Lol "wise old turtle" makes me think of Kung Fu Panda lol 5mo
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Leftcoastzen
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#booked2019 Well , didn‘t finish spring yet ! Shame on me,I still like my picks ,Bel Canto and Plague of Doves, so I will be getting to those soon.Have not picked out summer or fall books, did skip ahead and put Ali Smith Spring as 21. New In 2019 .Fun challenge! #spring

Cinfhen Its all good!!! Challenge ends Dec 31 so you‘re doing great!! 5mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage I'm in the same boat. I've got some completed ahead, and others not done yet. But like @cinfhen said, it's all good! 5mo
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LogiKitty
The Future of Us | Jay Asher, Carolyn Mackler
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I am surprised I was able to complete my goal for the month considering about 2 weeks of May I didn't read anything because of familial stress and finals week. But I plowed through and I'm ready for my next goal! I'm at 22/60 and so excited for the rest of my borrows from the library. Then I really need to get started on my physical books lol! #bookly #monthlygoal #ebooks #audiobooks #maygoal

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LogiKitty
The Future of Us | Jay Asher, Carolyn Mackler
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So I didn't hit the 24 for the #readathon #24B4Monday, but I DID get to double digits this time 🥰 that's good enough for me! I got three books done which was more than I expected considering I was out nearly all of Saturday (all the time was mostly witching hour reading). How did y'all do this weekend? Up next, finishing off the tagged book. Another YA and we'll see if I'm sick of the genre by then LOL

TheSpineView A good showing! 6mo
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