Monday, September 07, 2009

How Facebook Can Ruin Your Friendships

Here's where you and I went wrong: We took our friendship online. First we began communicating more by email than by phone. Then we switched to "instant messaging" or "texting." We "friended" each other on Facebook, and began communicating by "tweeting" our thoughts—in 140 characters or less—via Twitter.

All this online social networking was supposed to make us closer. And in some ways it has. Thanks to the Internet, many of us have gotten back in touch with friends from high school and college, shared old and new photos, and become better acquainted with some people we might never have grown close to offline.

Blah Blah Blah.... You can guess what is coming next....

Facebook changed for me when my mum joined.

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Lady Banana said...

I'm "friends" with all 3 of my grown kids :)

Colin Campbell said...

I was only joking. I think Facebook is a great way to stay in touch with family.

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