A Florida woman has plead guilty to second degree murder after she shook her baby to death because it interrupted her by crying while she was playing the facebook app, Farmville. Jacksonville mom shakes baby for interrupting FarmVille, pleads guilty to murder | jacksonville.com This is not the first homicide to be linked in some way to facebook. A man in North Carolina shot and killed his ex-wife and then himself after she announced her engagement to another man on facebook, just weeks ago. Engagement Announcement on Facebook Causes Murder-Suicide - ABC News A Michigan woman spotted a rival she had been arguing with on facebook for days in traffic and drove the vehicle her rival was in into an intersection against the light, where her rival was killed and the driver was severely injured. She has been charged with second degree murder as well. Facebook Feud Fuels Road Rage: Michigan Mother Torrie Lynn Emery Charged With Murder - Crimesider - CBS News I am not suggesting facebook is any more sinister than Linked-In or USMB. But I do wonder, with the proliferation of these sites and the people on them, are we better able to aggravate our fellow man? Do we have less security, now that someone who does not like us can monitor us electronically? And finally, when we log on to the pc and stay longer than we had planned, do we experience a little of what a 'net addict might feel -- and if so, is that pull to addiction likely to make us more violent? If you view humanity primarily through a computer monitor, does it make it easier to kill one?