This is your brain on Facebook — you’re not going to like it (video)

Above: Screenshot of "What's on your mind?"

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For a depressing, humorous take on how many of us interact with the world’s largest social network, look no further than this video by HigtonBros.

Entitled “What’s on Your Mind?,” the video perfectly sums up FOMO — fear of missing out — and the common impulse to put a positive spin on every aspect of life in search of likes.

The parody arrives at an interesting time for Facebook, as the social network is reportedly under investigation for experimenting on the moods of 70,000 users.

Via: SocialTimes.

More information:

Facebook is the world’s largest social network, with over 1.15 billion monthly active users. Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in February 2004, initially as an exclusive network for Harvard students. It was a huge hit: in 2 w... read more »

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2 comments
Ryan M Bertoldi
Ryan M Bertoldi

Wasn't relevant or true last week when it went viral...still isn't true. Although I still prefer this mindset to everyone that airs out every single sock, shirt, and mindless thought in their dirty laundry on FB.