The mass media’s dominance over our lives has always been a topic of great debate.
But as we know, when the news reaches the people’s ears, the effects are immediate.
So what happens when Facebook posts its news stories, too?
For a start, it may not make a huge difference.
In fact, some people will find it a lot less exciting, since it might not matter what they read or saw.
But then, that doesn’t mean they won’t be annoyed.
In fact, the same people will likely find the new Facebook newsfeed a little boring, and they will even find it annoying.
Facebook’s newsfeeds are also a big part of what makes them such a powerful tool for manipulation.
If you’re the type of person who likes to read about all the great things happening around you, then you’ll find that newsfeed boring.
And, for a lot of people, the newsfeed is also a place where they can easily find out what’s going on with other people’s lives.
So, to get a better sense of how much you’ll be annoyed by the new feed, we asked a number of people how they felt about it, and what they thought of the news feed.
A lot of them thought that it was fine.
“I can’t wait for the next update,” said a 27-year-old advertising executive.
“It’s so easy to see what’s happening in the world.
I can easily switch off my news feed when I don’t need it, so I don�t need to read the news every day.”
“If I can’t find anything interesting in the news, I can still find something interesting in my own life, or in the life of someone else,” said an 18-year old graphic designer.
“Facebook is such a wonderful tool for the mass media, and it allows for the masses to connect with one another.
When it comes to my newsfeed, I think it should be kept up to date.
It�s always a good idea to keep your feed up-to-date, but Facebook does make it a bit easier to stay on top of things by posting all of the new stories from different sources and letting people filter through them.
Even if you don’t want to read everything, I still find that the news feeds are useful to check in with my personal life.
On a more personal note, I’m more likely to check Facebook than my personal feed for updates.
Most people who use Facebook will probably use the news-feed as a means of staying in touch with friends and family.
That’s why it�s so important that people are aware of the potential dangers of being inundated with all the information they have access to, and to be aware of what you can do to make sure that you don�T miss out on any news that you want to know about.