So here are 20 photos of our hike this weekend. Here am I, standing halfway up a hill. And here am I standing halfway down a hill.
I am sure that your Facebook news feed -- should you still bother having one -- is filled with people who believe that every visual evidence of their everyday lives is fascinating visual evidence. Whereas, in fact, it's more turgid than a slime martini.
Here is some good news, however. A study suggests that people who do this may be alienating themselves from those who might be called normal human beings. As CBS Washington reports, researchers from three British universities -- the University of Birmingham, University West of England, and the University of Edinburgh -- have concluded that frequent Facebook photo-posters "risk damaging real-life relationships."