Facegram… Not too excited about this. Instagram has a good thing going. It was more about the art, the picture, the moment, the creative spark of any level, and the feelings that you are feeling placed in a picture. Not about this textual diarrhea where every last little thought is placed out there. Not about who is friends with whom you have little to no interaction with. I have countless of friends on Facebook who never talk to me, who never interact except online. I agree with my good friend Callie, when someone asks “why don’t we be friends on facebook?” I am inclined to say, “why not in real life?”
Also, we all know that Facebook will reinvent it until we hate it!