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Facebook – The root of all evil awesomeness

   June 17th, 2009

So I finally caved and signed up for a Facebook account.  I like to think my account was the one that put Facebook over top of MySpace, but I doubt it.

Why did I finally get one?

Was it because of certain people hounding me about it?

Nah… as much as he wishes 😉

It started off because I wanted to look at other people’s picture, which you can’t do unless you have a profile AND are their “friend”.  So off I went.

Now that I have actually used it, I am ashamed to say I actually like it.  Not only is it a very nicely developed web app, but it is actually somewhat useful.  I have already stayed in better contact with my sister who lives far far away now (miss yah), and got me in touch with friends I hadn’t spoken with for a long time.

Unfortunately it has also allowed people to find me who I rather not have contact with, but for them, there’s the ignore button.

The ability to easily share photos with friends, set up events, and just generally stay in touch is surprisingly useful.

So here, I finally admit it.  Facebook isn’t all bad, and it is somewhat handy.  So, if you haven’t tried it yet, get on the bandwagon finally and get yourself an account.

3 Responses to “Facebook – The root of all evil awesomeness”

  1. Brandon  Says:

    LoL…soooo much in denial! Glad I could introduce you to Crack 2.0. 😉

    – B

  2. Nick - Author Comment:

    You may have played a SLIGHT part in it… but it was really for other people’s pictures 😉
    If it makes you feel better though, I will certainly blame you for it! 😛

  3. Brandon  Says:

    I feel a lot better now!

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