Why we are using Facebook?
is this important or we are just wasting our time? please share your views
Facebook for me has been indispensable in keeping in touch w/family and friends. I live on the West Coast and almost all of them are on the east coast. So it has become a very powerful tool. I don't post a lot, it's strictly communication- based for me.
I agree that Facebook can sometimes be a time-sucking waste, but I can think of things it does well that no other service does:
* It keeps me connected to people who are far away. I grew up estranged from the rest of the family. I'm friends with a dozen cousins on Facebook that I haven't seen since I was four years old.
* It helps me organize creative projects. I do a lot of collaborative work with other artists, and throwing everyone into a Facebook group where we can communicate, post photos, and share links is so much easier than using just about any other platform.
I try to jump on, do what needs to be done, and leave whenever possible.
by NikenDiana7 years ago
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