It’s not slow enough for me.
Facebook had its positive appeal–it kept me coming back several times–such as:
1)Keeping in touch with distant relatives
3)A place to put your weekend photos
Despite the good things, however, Facebook has the following not-so-good attributes:
1)inherent privacy concerns (no matter your settings);
2)interface algorithms creating a false and forced sense of community;
3)a substitution for what could be real-life socialization
So I’m searching for a place to share our family photos with family and friends. This blog may have to do until I find that solution.
Keeping it old-school, I plan to keep in touch with distant relatives through photo sharing, email, real-life visits and phone calls.
I no longer will rely on social networking to promote or sell my ideas or things.
I have no Twitter. My smartphone is actually a $20/month tracfone. I will keep in touch with friends via emailing, texting, phone calls and yes…real life visits.
If you’d like to stay in touch virtually, then please follow my blog here:
Slowing down. Living life. Ditching the bandwagon to walk the road less traveled!
Thanks for reading!