It certainly seems safe to say at this point that the online social networking site Facebook is a flat-out phenomenon of our times, and that it is driving human habits and behavior in ways that have never been seen before.
There are obvious upsides to using the portal for users in Florida and just about everywhere else on the planet. For starters, it’s fun. It forges social bonding and connections, and it serves as a reliable font of amusing and otherwise engaging information for users needing a break from other routines.
Along with all that social euphoria, though, comes a price for many users, and research is increasingly showing that the cost is far from negligible.