I probably spend 2 hours a day during the summer on fb..its kinda ridiculous...I'm so much less productive than I should be but its soo addicting
0-30 mins (tops).
I hate facebook. You can't hit a single key on your keyboard without it being broad-casted to everybody you know. I don't need people I haven't spoken to in 20 years knowing that I just got a high score on Bejeweled Blitz.
I need to spend less time. I don't really know exactly...probably like, an hour. It's really distracting, because I always forget what I was about to do online cause I start reading "just got a new haircut updates" or something like that. I really need to delete the people I don't know well in "real" life. At least, that's my two cents on the subject.
I spend about 1 hr a day on it playing games and checking messages on it.
I don't even sign in daily, and when I do sign in, I check my updates, my wall, and any messages or suggested friends. (where do these suggestions keep coming from??) Then I log off...usually. Unless I've got something to say or something like that...
I get my updates on my phone so usually just a glace at it a few times a day to see what everyone is up to.
I am pretty much on all day long. But I am a blogger, so I think I have an excuse! I use HootSuite to post updates to Twitter and Facebook.
Less, since I got rid of it. Used to spend about an hour on it per day, sometimes more. Don't ask me about Twitter, though.
some days I don't sign in or forget to update my status and sign out. probably less than 30 minutes total, sometimes less. I go through the newsfeed, read any interesting articles and sign off.
Not long, I don't like facebook much. The only thing I like about it is viewing the pictures of my friends who live a long way away and seeing photos of their children who I would never see at all otherwise.
I probably spend at least 30 minutes a day. Most of that time is playing Word Twist.
None. I deactivated my account. I was getting too many friend requests from people I didn't know and then they became these very nosey, needy things. I decided to shut it down for a while. I spent about 30 minutes a week before the shut down.
I might add, my mom hates that I deactivated. She says she knew more about my life because of FB than any time before! She's a groovy chick.
I visit it twice a week, just to see if friends and family are up to anything more exciting than me, if not then I just add some stuff to my page and leave, as Facebook is really dull in that way.
I only spent 1-2 hours/day in face book because I only check my wall and my in-box.
None! I guess I'm the last hold-out. I still haven't signed up for a Facebook account.
i go on it everyday sometimes it can be addicting you go on to check something and you stay on for hours, but iv broke that habbit because i feel bad sitting at a computer all day lol
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