Disappointment with Facebook: Even More Changes to Come

This post appears in its original form on Staying In The kNOw, an unedited blog from The kNOw’s youth.

“Facebook don’t need changes, man.” “Forget this, I’m deleting my Facebook account.”

Facebook has changed a lot in the last two weeks, and many of my friends are mad about it, as shown in their status updates.

The changes have reminded some people of why they left MySpace. “I came to Facebook because MySpace changed and I didn’t like it,” one of my friends said.

Some people disliked the new changes on Facebook so much that they switched their language to “English (UK)” so they could get the old Facebook back. It worked and they were satisfied, but only for a while. The next day, the language for “English (UK)” also got the new features.

Mark Zuckerberg, creator of Facebook, said “There’s more changes coming,” like the Timeline.

The Timeline will be a place that you can add events and pictures that have happened over your entire life.

Here are my thoughts on the changes: Facebook is best for networking – it’s not just another website where you can edit your profile and look cool.

We as the users don’t own Facebook, so we should know that it won’t always stay the same, and whoever owns any website will always make changes.

Click on the link to read more about the Facebook changes.


The kNOw Youth Media
The kNOw works to support and equip young people with the journalism and advocacy skills they need to tell their stories and the stories of their communities.

In 2006, over 25 youth began participating in weekly after-school writing workshops where they congregated in the hallway of a two-story building in West Fresno and learned the essentials of creating media and telling their stories. The group evolved over the next five years and is now proudly recognized as The kNOw Youth Media.

Through our program, we create opportunities for our youth participants, who in turn create long-term positive change in their communities. Our approach weaves youth development and youth media innovation to produce our biannual youth publication, multimedia projects, and community forums.

The kNOw began as a project of New America Media, which was the country’s first and largest national collaboration and advocate of 2000 ethnic news organizations. In 2018 The kNOw became a project of Youth Leadership Institute.

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