A top professor at Oxford says that Facebook and Twitter re-wiring people’s brains to create a generation of child-like adults who are so self-obsessed, they need constant positive feedback.  She added that all the appeals to people to “Like” and comment on every post are making adults act like toddlers who demand attention by saying, “Look what I did Mommy!” - even if it’s as simple as eating breakfast. 

- I know the feeling… I put up a post this weekend about “Spongebob Squarepants” and only two people left comments.  

- The only group people don’t feel a need to hit the “Like” button on, is their Congressman’s page.