That it should come to this. Unfortunately a group I belong to is going to be using Facebook, and given that I’m supposed to be the IT guy, I am expected to know how it works.
So, I’ve registered and am working out how little I need to put up there whilst still making any use of it whatsoever. I have to say that you won’t find much in the line of my social and business calendar up there – I cannot understand for the life of me why people publicise where they’re going to be and when they’re going to be there!
Or am I missing something?
People I know have started increasingly living their lives through bloody Facebook and so as these folks are fairly normal, well balanced individuals I assume that there must be something there that I’m not quite getting. I’m not at all convinced that social networking sites are going to be with us for much longer, and I await to be convinced by my experiences on there.
Having said that, I just encountered this story on the BBC Website, which points to a future in terms of more local social networks. Sort of like sites like Sheffield Forum or any other site of a similar nature that’s been around for 5 or 6 years. There genuinely is nothing new under the sun…
So, poke away – I’m to be found here.