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March 25, 2009

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Sam

I approve baby, it's a revolution not having to check which schmuck you've been poked by.

We be grown ass men now as well homes, time to get busy. Boom.

charles

Very interesting post Richard. As you know I called you about this and through losing my Twitter account I've realized that the subject of engagement saturation is well worth a post at some point although I too rarely stick my head into FB these days and there's too much going on. It's not a relaxing poke I mind. It's the pneumatic drill of synapse connections going of that I am trying to avoid. I will keep my account if only because it's a contact book of sorts although Windows live is pretty good and a lot more relaxed.

Either way I never spent that much time in there so I wont miss it but thanks for the key thoughts I've managed to glean about it through your decision.

Richard Buchanan

You lost your twitter account. No way! Thats serious man. What happpen?

I strategically made my decision to leave after my birthday. As much as I hate the other side of facebook - I love birthday wishes.

I will miss it for sure. I agree with you one hundred percent on the drill in the head. Its only when you lose it, through no thought of your own that you realise how intense it was.

Facebook in my opinion has become the ultimate mediocre festival. People like me who are easily distracted by shiny shiny. I call us magpies don't need facebook. :) Everyones different, who knows maybe it won't be used for measuring peoples minds.

Adam

I salute you, sir.

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