Life three months after Facebook.

Something Facebook-related happened today, and since I closed my account three months ago, it was time for an update. This morning, one of my former coworkers emailed me to let me know that another former coworker had died recently. She very helpfully included some information, including a link to his memorial website, which mentions that... Continue Reading →

Life after Facebook.

Last Friday, I deactivated my Facebook account. I have been complaining about Facebook for a while now, so it was time for action. I opted for deactivation first before deletion because I wanted to see how a trial breakup would go. As it turns out, Facebook will still keep and mine my data! So hooray.... Continue Reading →

Wrangle the Facebook chaos with PostPost

How much do I love information? So much. How much do I love using Facebook's craptilious interface to get that information? Not much. Hi, PostPost. You let me filter my Facebook stream by links, pictures, or videos. Therefore I like you a lot. Not love yet. But like. via Use PostPost to Get the Best... Continue Reading →

that facebook thing

I know this is an old and tired subject, but it has been on my mind all day, and I am participating in NaBloPoMo so I don't have time to talk myself out of writing it. Today I posted a note on my Facebook profile stating that while WordPress, Tumblr, and Twitter would be automatically... Continue Reading →

facebook exodus

It wasn't a compliment when an acquaintance told me that I live more of my life online than anyone else she knows. These words have been haunting me lately as I examine my life and my priorities. Then I read "Facebook Exodus" on NYTimes.com, this quote in particular: “The more dependent we allow ourselves to... Continue Reading →

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