This article is going to talk about the past, present and future of the community. Let’s start with the conclusion: in the future world, Facebook is not important at all, so don’t expect it, but if you don’t change, then you will talk with Facebook. goodbye. Let me talk about the past first. When I was in college, I spent four years writing things on BBS. Before graduating, I felt that I should collect it, so I published a book at my own expense. That was the way of collecting information in those days. When I was a graduate student, I spent five years writing things on PTT (actually, it was a pen battle). As soon as I wrote it, I felt that I should find a place to organize the information by myself, so I created a blog by myself, which is The method of archiving information at that time.
Then, Facebook appeared, and I was very happy at first, because Facebook’s ability to divert traffic was super good, and the traffic of the blog exploded. Not only that, but after I was seen, I also began to write columns in various media, but after all, I have my own home, that's called a blog. I originally thought that I was socializing on Facebook, and I would take anything I got home, but I found out later, because not only my friends, classmates, and colleagues are on wedding photo retouching services Facebook, but even my family members are on Facebook. Although my home on the Internet has traffic, there is no one to interact with at all. Later, I was almost all on Facebook, not blog. I also thought about it: how should I archive the information I have on Facebook? This is actually a big division, a complete change in thinking. People in the old era will need archives, and people in the new era will live in the present (YOLO). People in the old era need collections, and people in the new era live in the present All the "#igers" posts are restricted,
all the information is current, immediate, and irreversible. You may have been great in a certain field in the past, but I only see what you are busy with now, and I don't even care where your future will develop. If the community in the past was more like a college classmate who had to get along for four years, the community in the new era is more like a summer camp where everyone would only get along for a few days. This does not mean that it will end in a few days, but after a few days, those who really become good friends will still contact them even if they do not have a camp. But now there are actually many communities on Facebook, just like college classmates, who no longer contact after graduation. If you leave Facebook today, how many people can still be contacted?