Listen, man, you should know there are some major existential implications with Facebook’s new Timeline. TechCrunch’s much-loved (by me) MG Siegler writes:
Going back in time and seeing the past several years of my life displayed in this way [with Timeline] is nothing short of profound. Facebook has used software to make something meaningful. Something emotionally powerful. … It’s incredible: Facebook has become a tool that’s a reflection of who we are.
Whoa. Dude. That’s like Carlos Castaneda read through a Bellflower camera or something. You can’t have Timeline yet; you can just know about it, feel excited, and wait. It’s like the tech version of a strip club. If you’re a developer type, though, you can follow Greg Kumparak’s instructions and get it now, but please be aware that doing so means that you’re really a desperate Facebook geek. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
Should you not understand what we’re talking about, you can get hip to the vibe by watching this video.