Three or four years ago I asked a recent college grad what she and her friends would think of someone who didn't have a Facebook or MySpace page (this was back when MySpace was still big).
She looked utterly confused for a moment, scratched her head, and said, "I guess I'd assume they had something to hide."
So it's not a surprised to see where baby-faced founder of Facebook has declared privacy "no longer the social norm."
I remember when I was his age, braying obstreperously that my life was an open book.
Somebody should have said, "Yes, but you're 25, and most of the pages are still blank."
Or as my dad used to say, "Old people are quiet because old people have more to be quiet about."