Alright, I usually write long stuff so I'll try to be straight and to the point. I don't use social networks. At all. This is the reason I didn't install iOS 5 on my iPhone. No features really stood out to me, aside from social network integration, which I wanted to stay far away from. So Mountain Lion integrates with a few social networks, including my least favorite, Facebook. My question, what are the aspects of this? Is it intertwined into the actual OS? I've seen it in individual applications like Safari. I sure hope it isn't part of the actual OS though. Does it take up any resources (CPU/RAM) that you can tell are part of SN integration? Can it be disabled? Even though it's not a huge bother if there's a Twitter/Facebook option inside a menu somewhere, if buttons with Twitter or Facebook logos start popping up, I'll be mad. Is there any way to disable SN integration system-wide and make all traces go away? No menus or options relating to SN integration, nothing to share, etc? And how bad is it? Is it tucked away in menus for the most part? Is it a toolbar button in Safari? (I know I can drag this out, I'm hoping it's no more than a toolbar button) I'm mainly hoping it doesn't take extra resources though, and that it can be disabled so I don't see annoying things about FB/Twitter all over my computer like they already plague the web. Any information is helpful. Thanks!