icecactus - 7:52 pm on Jun 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
.in western europe at least there are more parents and grand parents than "cool kids" online, so if Facebook ends up being a tool for grown ups without teenage brats, all the better...
Im far from a teenager :) And facebook was not for teenagers either. It was for young adults in college. When i joined you had to have a college/university email address. High school wasn't allowed.
Its dead or dying in the sense of what it was originally created for. Its morphed into something different (good or bad). While it still technically does what it was originally designed for...outside factors have now limited it for a lot of people.