Only in movies and silicon valley wet dreams. The reality is that even the best day at work is still worse that not being at work and if you give people all kinds of freedom to do whatever they want, they'll do nothing useful. This mindset is great for workers who are in demand (such as ourselves), but if you think that McDonalds is going to get better customer service by putting a Ping-Pong table in the back and letting workers take a break at will, you are wrong.
Again, this only holds true in special situations. For most people, work is a means to the end of obtaining money to do things outside of work.
Yes I was not talking about McDonalds or some Chinese sweatshop. It requires a job where you have a value add higher than a robot. If you only work for money and get nothing out of the job then you need more than facebook to keep you happy. You have a mucher lower opinion of the general public than I do but that could be because we have different environments to deal with.
The opinions here seem to reflect that most people will just screw off if they have the social media tech to do it. The hard workers have to pick up the slack. Not a very liberal way to think.