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It feeds our need for attention and to some degree legitimises stalking. And yet before I had Facebook I had my phone, something else I constantly check for text messages, so perhaps it's just me that's addicted to the web/attention.
I know this isn't true, though, because beyond Facebook and My Space and Bebo or whatever else it is that happened in the wake of Friendster, the internet is crawling with blogs created by people in order to document their lives via photos and witty throwaway comments they spent hours constructing.
And if you delve a little deeper, if you want something a little darker, there are plenty of chat rooms associated with bands, actors and, most importantly, television personalities people apparently either love, or love to hate. After my first appearance on television, naturally I Googled the show to see what people thought of my presenting skill, or lack thereof.
And there it was in black and white, hundreds, if not thousands, of people confirming my deepest fears: I sucked.
And yet for every person who hates me, there is another (obviously incredibly intelligent) person who is willing to jump to my defence – but it's a case of too little, too late. I'm happy to say I'm not the only one sad enough to Google my own name, and I know plenty of other people who fall for the forums because it's like being privy to what people say about you behind your back.