When I go out to coffee shops, bookstores, and theaters, it’s partly to get me out of the house, off the computer, and (usually) off of Facebook. (Being sociable is another part, by the way.)
Hollywood is now ruining that.
The Facebook movie, officially called “The Social Network,” is starting production this year, according to Mashable. It’s supposed to follow real-life FB founder Mark Zuckerberg, and the script was written by Aaron Sorkin, who I admire for the first three seasons of amazingly witty dialogue on “The West Wing.”
Who knows, maybe this movie will actually be something worth tweeting about. But we’ve got a while to find out if that’s true, and so far, I’m skeptical.