I just wanted to note that there's a social event happening today planned by and attended largely by Keeniacs that (unless I missed it) is not posted about here on the Shire Society Forum. I found out about it on Facebook. As far as I can tell, that's the only place it was posted about.
Think about this a little bit. You are effectively ostracizing anyone who has chosen not to use Facebook. People who have chosen not to use Facebook for whatever reason are very possibly ignorant of this event. I know this happens because it happened to me all the time when I tried to extract myself from Facebook. I ultimately gave up. I realize Facebook isn't the government itself, but there are analogies to be made.
I'm not saying stop using Fedbook. I'm saying try not to allow it to alter your behavior so significantly that you push out all market alternatives and centralize all of your planning and connections and so forth in one place. Try to acknowledge people who, possibly for very valid reasons for them, have chosen not to get caught up in it. It's no wonder that people are constantly complaining about the service getting worse and worse because they are so indoctrinated into its' use that they don't just take their business elsewhere when they're not happy with it. No, unlike the government, FB is not not forcing you to use it. Instead, it's indoctrinated users are effectively forcing everyone to use it by inadvertently ostracizing anyone who doesn't.