The Fatal Facebook Flaw – PH Social Media Solutions

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Xenophobia is defined as “an unreasonable fear of foreigners or strangers or of that which is foreign or strange”.[1] It comes from the Greek words ξένος (xenos), meaning “stranger,” “foreigner” and φόβος (phobos), meaning “fear.”[2]


Real quick.
It shows to be a bit of an interesting Catch 22 when it comes to this scenario stated above as the actual thought process and state of being itself is not created by the web service itself but rather in reverse as the service serves the actual demand which results from the thought process and state of being, which actually then re creates the greater demand for the service.

So that we don’t get to far into scholarly language, culturally speaking,  it simply seems like there may be an actual segment of individuals who seek a means of connecting to and establishing connections with new people, places, and things globally, in order to create and benefit from new opportunities for growth and expansion as opposed to those of the population who wish to only stay connected to the familiar in the form of friends and family, or as both the new and age old adages state

Heading out? Stay connected
Visit on your mobile phone.
– Facebook Homepage Intro

Eagles roam far and wide, while Chickens never stray far from the coup.
– Rylan Branch

None the less, when you want something done right, the experts claim that it’s usually best to create it yourself, so to each feather of bird, his or her own.

A different perspective to consider.