Morgan Stanley did everything in their power to keep the share price from going below $38.
What a hilarious day it was on Friday, the commentators on CNBC could not believe that facebook didn’t generate the hype they were all anxiously waiting for.
First off let me say that I am not on facebook, I’m not a fan of walled in communities. AOL was not the Net, though they tried very hard to keep people locked in. To me facebook runs counter to the openness of the Internet, where we all have a voice and are in control of our online presence. Try deleting your content on facebook, completely, it ain’t going to happen.
All these teenagers posting pictures that will haunt them later on in life. On top of that they are helping to create the largest photo recognition repository. George Orwell must be rolling around in his grave, Ignorance is indeed Strength for Mr. Zuckerberg.
Let’s hope the next generation of Netizens are better able to control themselves online. To post stories to their own blogs, where they control the discussions and can upload pictures to their private photo galleries. It might be more work and responsibility, but so is owning a house compared to renting an apartment.
Rise and fall, back up against the wall
What goes around is coming back and haunting you
It’s time to quit ‘cause you ain’t worth the shit
Under my shoes or the piss on the ground