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Now that Facebook has status reports, I am enjoying it more. Before, I really didn't like Facebook at all. But now I love that you can comment on your friends' updates and it's easier to read than a Twitter stream. Although it's a great added feature, I'm still loyal to Twitter. What about you?
I just started last week with Twitter, I'm having lot's of fun and people are signing up to follow me, it's kind of hard to believe! I'm also on Facebook & have fun keeping up with old friends. I've got my blog signed up too, I'm hoping to get more followers from FB. It will be fun to see who else from MBC shows up there! juliechats
I'm a huge fan of Twitter, but I like Facebook too. At first I was confused by the changes but now that I understand it more, I'm liking it more. When I'm online, I'm on Twitter. Facebook is the place I visit to catch up on things but only maybe once a day or less frequently.
I recently started up on Twitter and actually closed my Facebook profile. You may be aware of the big change they made in the Terms Of Service (TOS) stating that they actually had rights to anything you had posted on your Facebook account. Basically if I had a picture of my baby on there they could take it, sell it to Gerber, and keep all the $$. There was such an outcry they changed it back, but I just don't trust a company that would do that. Since I was hardly using my account I didn't have a problem quitting. As for Twitter, I'm loving it!
Twitter, which I've just started using, is more real time. I work from home so twitter is kind of like the water cooler at the office (about the only thing I miss about going to the office). I actually did a post in my blog recently about twitter http://cabadov.wordpress.com/2009/03/28/tweet-this
Facebook is where I keep in touch with friends, share photos, play group games, goof around. I find I spend less time there though, especially since I'm using the twitter app that allows twitter to update my status with my twitter updates.
Oh Jennifer, I forgot to mention. I enjoy facebook more too with the comment feature and the 'i like' feature. This works better than just writing on someone's wall, without any connection to what you were commenting on.
I liked Facebook before all the changes they made. I haven't really caught on yet to the Twitter craze but I do enjoy reading the updates on the people I follow...it's been a great way to find some fun blogs and great giveaways!