Posted by: Ian Bruk | May 26, 2007

Nobody Voting?

Found the following on Mark Evans’ Blog. I keep reading about younger generations not interested in voting. The following excerpt from Mark Evans’ post about Facebook proves that people are interested – just maybe not in the conventional forms of government. It is emerging forms of government, like Facebook, that are drawing their interest.

You want to hear some staggering Facebook numbers that came out of a jammed-packed, dot-com like press conference in San Francisco earlier today?

Facebook is growing by 100,000 new users a day, 50% of registered users come back every day, the service generates 40 billion page view a month (or 50 pages per user every day); it’s not the sixth-most popular site in the U.S.

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