I, like many and many others, in these days have being receiving some emails from Google telling me that G+ is finally closing April 2nd.
So I begun the cleaning from my social profiles, exporting my contents from them (here) and generally thinking about what I am spreading all over the web.
But here’s the bizarre quirk of the Facebook dystopia, whose sheer perversity would have likely pleased Orwell: It’s all Big and no Brother. Our time and lives are the company’s only currency. Without our continued attention, Facebook quite literally has nothing, and its empire could be brought down with a feather. Now, blow.An anti-Facebook manifesto, by an early Facebook investor
A great quote, submitted to my attention by my friend Luca Conti.