31 comments

  • Lisa W.
    06/24/2017 00:58

    How about that Hawaiian community you destroyed?

  • Umberto Z.
    06/24/2017 01:25

    YOU are FULL of Sh..t!!! # 1 BS !!!!!

  • Joshua H.
    06/24/2017 02:35

    Well i mean at least hes preaching for unity instead of complaining about it Ahem..this comment section.

  • Eric W.
    06/24/2017 03:15

    Love it, 6.5k views and only 6 shares and 5 comments. Hey suckerberg does that tell you anything

  • Christopher J.
    06/24/2017 03:18

    Everyone I know that is super connected is anxious and miserable. Every horrible heart wrenching story the world over is piped straight to their Twitter, Instagram and Facebook feeds daily. People are beginning to lose sight of the good in the world.

  • Joy E.
    06/24/2017 03:49

    Hey why don't you tell us about how you sold your friend out to make millions

  • Robert I.
    06/24/2017 04:12

    Very good, get in touch community, aka neighborhood, town, church, hobby, interest, learn, read,,, the internet has changed us we need to change with it. or we fester like a bad mouth sore and that's not pretty people.

  • Justin O.
    06/24/2017 04:44

    Where you here?

  • Alexandros B.
    06/24/2017 06:35

    They don't understand meaningful communities. We bond to people with shared interest and people we would like to be like. Facebook "could" create a new narrative based on similarity that transcends race, religion, gender, sexual preference, etc. but they are not. A divided community is easily controlled and manipulated. Exposing people to content that questions stereotypes and makes its viewers consider the individual would be a great first step. Highlighting organizations that promote individual growth and encourage service to your fellow man would be a great second step.

  • Dan C.
    06/24/2017 06:46

    Just selling another product

  • Matt R.
    06/24/2017 07:01

    Didn't he just help Pakistan start prosecuting blasphemy?

  • Noelle K.
    06/24/2017 07:36

    I approve 😄

  • Jake C.
    06/24/2017 11:48

    The meme wars are here and humanity as a species is powerless to stop it. The internet has unintentionally exposed the flaws in human psychology and now we know why we can't trust ourselves to be responsible caretakers of the natural world.

  • Michael J.
    06/24/2017 12:38

    Facebook was great at connecting people, of course they were. But then they started limiting who shows up on your feed based on interactions. This lead Republicans to have their opinions reinforced by Republicans and Democrats have their opinions reinforced by Democrats. Adding "community's " seems like a great idea in theory. But it has created the echo-chamber. These actions have divided us further. Stop limiting the scope of who see's our posts and people with different ideas will be able to exchange ideas and find common ground.

  • Kathleen S.
    06/24/2017 13:05

    yeah and look what FB has done ... it's become a new venue for bullying and resulting in suicide by young people; it's become a venue for trashing of conservative values and traditions. It's also become a venue for one young man to become a billionaire virtually overnight ....

  • Rob A.
    06/24/2017 14:43

    Your all a bunch of dumbasses

  • Kelsey L.
    06/24/2017 15:09

    he's totally gonna run

  • Leah B.
    06/24/2017 19:32

    I wouldn't call a bunch of ppl blasting their opinions at everyone connecting Mark. A lot of people just want to hear themselves talk and they are starved for attention. I'd say the majority of adults neglect themselves. Human touch releases oxytocin ... Reading a comment thread releases alcohol out of a bottle for me. People don't need "followers" or 5,000 "friends" to survive, they need a family and friends or even just one person to care about them. When you start looking at people in large numbers like this, you overlook everyone's individual humanity. We all need money, why don't u connect a billion people to a substantial healthy life. It starts with cooperation and a team working together. Makes people feel great. Especially if they can express their own truth in a masterly way. Facebook isn't the place for that... Facebook is the consolidation of all our old communicative tools. Community happens face to face. When actions of one person impact another. Money would help. But I'm afraid the powers at be definitely don't want us to unify and live productive fulfilling lives. Not surprised they're trying to sell us this garbage.

  • Theresa B.
    06/24/2017 19:51

    Don't make it hard for small businesses to be seen mark!

  • Adrian A.
    06/24/2017 20:12

    Except digital media can also disconnect us from person to person communication, and in many instances it can propagate feelings of loneliness. Notice how I said can.