If you're not paying for it, you're the product. Information may want to be free, but companies want to make a buck off it. And they're being a little too free with my information, if you know what i mean. I DON'T WANT to get all spooky-music, Jarring-chord, 00gy-boogy at you, but have you noticed how much of your life is being quietly handed around without anyone making much palaver?
Still. That's all the bad stuff, yeah? Well, no. Facebook has shut down almost every avenue by which you can get data out of its vast frankensteinian moreass of a site. Instead you send data into a vacuum. Well, if you can call it a vacuum when Facebook is locking
your data up so that it can entice advertisers. Advertisers who then throw 'sponsored stories' out to you on whatever platform you're using right now. So far, so bad.
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A comic book (often shortened to simply comic and sometimes called a funny book, comic paper or comic magazine) is a magazine made up of narrative artwork broken into "panels" that represent individual scenes, often accompanied by dialog (usually in word balloons, emblematic of the comic book art form) as well as including brief descriptive prose. The first comic book appeared in the United States of America in 1934, reprinting the earlier newspaper comic strips, which established many of the story-telling devices used in comics. The term "comic book" arose because the first comic books reprinted humor comic strips, but despite their name, comic books do not necessarily operate in humorous mode; most modern comic books tell stories in a variety of genres. The Japanese and European comic book markets demonstrate this clearly. In the United States the super-hero genre dominates the market, even though other genres also exist.