It's almost impossible to think of a day when Facebook won't be part of our lives. And yet, like everything else, it probably has a life span and eventually will reach an end, a day when it's no longer current, or interesting or useful. Or it's too abusive. And something else will take its place. . . .
I sit at my desk and watch the process of life unfold on my Facebook feed. Friends get engaged and married. Babies are born and babies die. People get sick. Babies get sick, too. Cancer is diagnosed. Or flu. Knees act up. Or hips. Cute dog pictures go by. Or kittens. Couples announce they're . . .