Day 2 and now

There isn’t anything too different from yesterday. Very soon, though, I think we’ll see some of the more addicted students cave into the desire.

I’ll bet the most addicted ones are using Facebook in their own homes anyway. How would we know all of us are being honest here? We don’t, and we can’t, and this experiment relies on honest people and good faith.

Maybe I’m just being pessimistic here, or maybe I just want to see some people start going crazy. Either way, I can’t lose here, since I was never addicted to Facebook in the first place.

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