Social networking

Am now on both Facebook and LinkedIn. Got to get with the times, I guess. Plus I got curious when, on last Friday, two good pals regaled me with stories about stuff one could do on Facebook, one during work and one afterwards, during dinner.

Am of course only a newbie, but Facebook seems fun already. And it’s easy to find folks you know on both networks – I found my uncle (who’s living in Boston) in LinkedIn! (For those who may not know: When you register for Facebook or LinkedIn, you use your email address. And both can grab your email contacts from your web-based email account (Gmail in my case), and check whether folks with whom you’ve exchanged emails are already Facebook/LinkedIn members or not.)

I already like Facebook a lot, not least because one can play an asynchronous game of Scrabble on it with fellow Facebook members. Cool beans.

Author: lichone

Ethics by Enid Blyton; physique by deep-fried things. I think we all have an instinct to tell stories and to build things and relationships,

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