The Washington Post has a lengthy article about Katherine Losse, an early Facebook employee who grew disenchanted with the way social-media was reshaping our lives so quit and moved to the middle of nowhere. While her overall concerns are valid, if not unoriginal -- we're sharing too much private information without concern for where it's going, our connections are sometimes becoming less "satisfying" -- by the end of her journey you kinda realize she's a bit of a drama queen -- a drama queen with enough vested Facebook stock to be able to drop off the map, I might add -- and that if she had just taken a step backward, she'd be like 99 percent of us who use social media as a way of communicating, and as a complement to our friendships, but haven't let it overtake our lives. (Am I wrong here? That's how everyone I know feels about it.) Not surprisingly, the second she wrote her book, "The Boy Kings: A Journey Into the Heart of the Social Network," she reactivated her Facebook account to start building her "brand." Yeah, exactly. Read HERE.