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Facebook Isn’t For Those Planning To Work In A Start Up Company

By on Apr 23, 2012 | 2 comments

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…unless you are developing something that works inside Facebook!

Facebook isn’t for those who are planning to make a dent in the Universe. Yep, being active on Facebook and checking out ugly people’s ugly photographs isn’t same as founding Facebook; something that Mark Z has already done (and is making billions of dollars out of it). He made a dent in the Universe; you haven’t (yet).

Why Am I ‘So’ Anti-Facebook?

Actually, I’m not anti-Facebook. Though I’m not active on it; I know that it’s a great site where you can keep up with your friends and watch their ‘In Front Of Niagara Falls’ & “My Wedding” photographs. But it’s not helping you in any way. It’s not helping your company in any way. It’s just wasting your time.

Your First Reaction:

I don’t spend much time on Facebook!

The service has been designed to be addictive and you’ll kill hours and hours on it, keeping yourself entertained. Time passes by faster than Schumi’s Ferrari.

Excuses: …and then you have ‘excuses’.

If you want to go back to Facebook, don’t even bother about working for a start-up. Because the start-up folks are different.



  1. Ezhil

    May 5, 2012

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    I agree with you. People don’t mind wasting their valuable time on facebook. It’s funny that they look down on someone who does not have an account in facebook.

  2. Sudhakar

    May 21, 2012

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    I have my friend saying, boss you have a server so you have your own website to build. But we have got only facebook. Bull shit, he could have posted about him either on free blogspot rather social sites. More importantly they feel it is convenient to share rather emailing. But i dont understand why they still use email for secured files like tax sheets, profits , losses,private dates etc. Let them share those sheets rather emailing, then i will accept the meaning of share as said by ceo mark.

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