Flipping through an issue of Newsweek today (I'm OK with admitting that) I found a scathing article by Sarah Kliff entitled "[Facebook]... And Why I Hate It."On the surface, it may not appear to be about me at all, but look a little closer and you'll find an unconscionable attack aimed squarely at me.She didn't even wait until after the subtitle to launch her assault: "The site nurses my worst self-indulgent instincts. Does anyone really care that I love penguins?"Kliff must have known that I was the creator of the "I Heart Penguins" facebook group.I've cultivated a thoughtful community of unabashed penguin lovers who have bonded to proclaim their love for these adorable birds. We've even collected 12 penguin photos and started thoughtful discussions like "what's ur favourite penguin? why do u like penguins?"And yet Kliff has the audacity to declare we might be missing something in the "real world" with all the time we waste on facebook.She even dares to erect the straw man claiming we spend time "debating whether penguins or bagels are more respectable."Debate? There is no debate -- unless perhaps Sarah would like to start an "I Heart Bagels" facebook group.Bring it on, Sarah Kliff.