Facebook ate my blog

While I’m not shutting the doors on this thing officially, it’s pretty obvious that the bulk of my online spewage has been shoveled over to Facebook. I’m too busy giving thumbs up to people’s posts and pictures, making snarky comments, taking stupid quizzes and telling everyone about the current state of my affairs in 4-word sentences to bother writing anything profound at this spot.

So, I’m not.

But I might.

Which is why I’m not shutting this place down just yet. It might come in handy someday. Ya never know.

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4 Responses to Facebook ate my blog

  1. jules says:

    Nothing profound comes from The Facebook. Do us all a favor and keep this here space open in case profound-ity strikes, ok? Good then. I’m glad you agree.

  2. Ric The Schmuck says:

    <—- Is sad. 🙁

    I have steadfastly refused to MySpaceFaceBookTwitter. I don’t want to get sucked into the vortex.

    I suppose that this means that I’ll have to come up with something on MyFace so that I don’t continue to miss out.

    Pout pout.

  3. bran says:

    to Ric the Schmuck: skip MySpace, it’s the ass end of the interwebs. Just get a Facebook and call it gravy.

    to Solly: do what works for you, baby. I’ve already figured out that if there’s a picture I want you to see or an update, I put it on the FB, so this announcement is no surprise.

    A lot of former bloggers have migrated there permanently, and that’s groovy. It’s the new social hub, and in many ways works better than a network of blogs, doesn’t it? FB has that real-time feed of what all your friends are doing/saying, for example.

    All this rambling is to say, I understand, and, it’s cool with me, I’ll see you there. Personal blogs are dinosaurs, man.

    (I’m keeping mine though; because I love the sound of one hand clapping.)

  4. *** Dave says:

    Whereas I’ve decided that Facebook is good for the occasional weekly or so visit, to see if there’s anything going on with folks who are only on FB, but the rest of the time I see it as a place to mirror what I’m doing elsewhere. So I’ll be keeping the blog, but checking on on the FB as seems fit.

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