Facebook is down completely on PC today and the app is not functioning properly. These were the good old days, regular message boards and of them all Nexopia was the best. Nothing so complicated and invasive as what the Web2.0 became. There are plenty of options now, as the decentralized Web3.0 begins to take shape. But today, at the end of the first decade of the 21st century, we should ask ourselves. What kind of 2020 do we want to live in? The kind dominated by Facebook news-feeds and targeted marketing algorithms, being the product and consumer for sale? Or one where we are free to express ourselves and also too, just to live a normal life. I saw an old friend the other day, he doesn't have Facebook. How much time should we spend focused on our phones? How much power should one social media company have?