No, not at all.I hardly access to Facebook.Though Facebook and other social networking sites are good source to promote your online work, but hardly few people are serious about this.Most of them waste their time.
In the mornings and when I have free time at night, I'll be on it. Other than that, I could care less about it tbh. I definitely don't Facebook it up on my cell phone, and I really think it's useless to have 565 friends on there when you don't know half of them, nor do you care for them. It has its benefits, if your not a freak about it.... Which is half the population....
I'm definitely addicted to Facebook. I've been trying to work on spending less time there - which is hard, because I work from home and spend all day on the computer. Sigh.
I wouldn't say I was addicted to FaceBook. I use it as a tool just like I use my email and read the online newspage. FaceBook has its place on your computer and helps you communicate.
Addiction is such a strong word.
At one time I would have said yes, but the truth is now its not a matter of being addicted as much as its almost an essential tool. Especially for those of us who write on, say, Hubpages, or for anyone who has friends or family who don't live nearby, it has almost become a modern necessity. Last year I was about to get rid of my Facebook and go "off the grid", but it has just proved too useful. Maybe that means I am addicted after all!
Not even close. I despise human company, which directly hinders my ability to get addicted to Facebook.
Not at all. I'm really addicted to Hubpages:-) In a serious and hilarious kind of a way:-) That's why I like to answer to as many questions I like, during a week.
I never really go on facebook, I have it set up on my phone so if someone writes on my wall or I'm tagged in a photo I get notifications, but that's pretty much the extent of me facebooking. I go on probably 3 to 5 times a week because of those reasons, but then I usually end up calling the person to respond back because it's a lot easier that way.
I am not addicted to facebook because I do not use it. I see no advantage whatsoever in using facebook . What a waste of time it is.
Yes I would have to say I "was" but since I found Hubpages I no longer get on. I don't think it was so much facebook as it was playing farmville and some of the other games. At least my new addiction is not as mindless as playing on my virtual farm.
nope. never have, and after doing some research on it for a couple of hubs that I written on it, I doubt I ever will.
Addictions of any kind are not good, especially that "rubbish" antisocial website!
Workload and tight schedule do not allow me to visit Facebook often. And I also approach it just to have some fun nothing serious. I won't feel bad if Facebook closed their website today also.
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