Lately I’ve taken to joking to friends that the only terrorism I could support is blowing up Facebook’s physical data centers, provided you could somehow do it without hurting anyone. I know, I know — casualties aren’t the only way this destruction could harm people. Jobs would be lost, there would be unintended consequences I wouldn’t like, and so on. I don’t actually want these facilities to explode. But I do want Facebook to go away forever. I have come to believe it is unfixable.
Consider the tweak Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Wednesday: The site will permanently