Facebook is very much a multimedia tool that has been rumored to soon take over the Internet.
Facebook is dynamic in the fact that it allows users to post status updates whenever they want on their account. Then this status update is visible at the top of their Walls, where their status updates are kept.
Facebook is a revolutionary technology because it allows people who may have once known each other at some point in time to reconnect. For example, if someone wanted to get in touch with their childhood friends or people they knew from high school or college, they can use Facebook as a social networking tool in order to reconnect with those people again.
However, the caveat to that is that usually, people do find Facebook interesting. In fact, they find it so engaging that they spend one hour, two hours, sometimes several hours a day—in fact—on Facebook.
Facebook has become such a revolutionary form of multimedia that there are not many people nowadays who are not on Facebook. There are still many people who are not interested in this phenomena—however, it is quickly catching on.
Facebook is now getting to the point where there are conferences being held in San Francisco about its progress. People who are regular Facebook users have said that they will stop using Facebook if it is no longer a free service.
However, Facebook is such a useful tool, that it may occur to the people who are in charge of Facebook to have some kind of a fee for using it because it is so useful. Although people are not charging for it now, it could happen in the future that Facebook users might be charged to use it.
This would drastically reduce, most likely, the usage of Facebook, although personally, it is very feasible that people would pay whatever kind of fee they have to in order to stay in contact with their friends and family in other places. One of the unique features about Facebook is that you can search