Am I the only one who doesn’t want 300 “friends” on Facebook? Am I the only one with a cell phone that doesn’t have a camera? Am I the only one with no interest in texting? The latest and greatest for a lot of other moms I know is being on Facebook, everyone declares to be addicted to it—I have to admit, I don’t get it.
I finally decided to sign up with Facebook and Twitter about two weeks ago, since I understand that as a blogger you “have” to be on them, it is one way how people (and maybe clients) get in touch with you nowadays. So I signed up and put their links on my blog, DagmarBleasdale.com. I input my address book and instantly had 30 potential Facebook friends. Since then e-mails have been pouring in about accepting me as a “friend.” And I was getting e-mails about every little thing my friends were posting: “Natalie left a comment,” “Peter posted a picture,” “Peter commented on his picture,” and, oh, my favorite, “Karen is now in a relationship”! Are you serious? It’s too time consuming to field through all those e-mails! (Read more)