Asher’s review published on Letterboxd:
What is a social network?
Is it a thing?
is it a place?
Or is it simply a hobby?
It doesn't really matter. What matters is that it's a place where people can come together and socialize. They can drown out the world, and forget about the daily grind for at least a little while. some spend days on end in the social network. Others, only for a few hours or so. While others spend each and every moment of their lives in it.
There where social networks dating back before Mark Zuckerberg's decade changing social opus. But none of them where on par with what Zuckerberg had accomplished. that being: the definitive social network.
Most love it. Others hate it. And all know about it. In today's day and age you can't go anywhere without seeing or hearing something about it. Almost everyone today is a member. They have it on their PC. Phone. Tablet. Gaming-console, etc. We have become a society that depends on it. Very few of us live without it. It has changed the internet forever. And, for better or worse, has left an indelible mark on the entire world.
Years from now we will look back and wonder what good did it really do for us:
Are we any less unhappy?
Are our lives any less boring?
Did it really make a difference?
Only you can answer that...