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10/22/2010

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Rads

Lakshmi,
I agree with the whole privacy issue. However, it is not the application, but ourselves that we need to pull back and use it to our advantage correct? I have very few pictures of my kids up there, I use FB just as a playground to have fun and get entertained and as a glorious address book, so I can get in touch with folks when I need to. It's the way of the land, since so many have warmed to it. No harm in keeping the a/c active and not load anything personal there?

That's my 2 cents, but whatever works for each you know? :)

Rads

AK

I'm FB free for almost a year now, and I don't think I am missing anything. I don't need to get in touch with people I have not being in touch with for more than 10 years (if I cared enough, I would have stayed in touch). I don't need to load any more pictures of my family to share with people. Those that are in the loop are in the loop, that is enough for me. I certainly do not need to waste endless minutes that become hours over who did what when. I guess I am not a cyber-social-butterfly, and you know what... I'm OK with that too. That being said, it really is up to you. How you use it makes a difference, I just don't have a use for it.

LG

AK, Amen.
I just permanently deleted my FB account. There is no way I am getting on to any more social networking sites anymore. Life is too precious to be spent cyber-networking.

Rama

I like this - "Life is too precious to be spent cyber-networking."

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