About 36 hours ago, Facebook started changing its look. It's not the first time, it won't be the last. The social networking site's function is essentially unchanged. No information was lost. Users seem to have access to more information than before.
But many are in a frenzy over the "face"lift. So much so, it sparked a newsroom debate in the first 15 minutes of the day. That debate lured in everyone-- including the middle aged anchor who shuns all social networking sites.
He said, "Is this that big of a deal? Do we need to do a story on this today?"
The answer: a resounding, overwhelming, furiated yes.