The best part about facebook is things that get you OFF facebook. Things like saying when a group is going to do something fun, when some cool athletic or cultural event is going on, when there’s some stellar ward activity, you get the idea.
The best part about facebook is not stuff that keeps us in a virtual bubble, as John Mayer would so oddly articulate it as our own embryonic goop of internet searching and drowning in our own self-obsession. No, the best part about facebook is stuff that helps us “see [and do!] things as they really are” (Jacob 4:13).