the last few weeks have been tough for me, I’ve been traveling a lot and have not been able to blog as much as I would have liked. I’m very grateful that this website is now my primary source of information for my social media, but in order to keep up with the rest of the world I’ve been forced to take a step back from the blog.
the reason is two-fold. First, Ive realized that Ive become too reliant on a few social media tools. While I do still read the blog daily, I find it difficult to take a break from my account because I use Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest in order to keep up with my friends and family. I also use a few other tools to keep my friends and family updated on my life, but I think I should cut them out of my life.
There are a few more websites that Ive been using. Ive used other social media tools, including Facebook and Twitter, but I have been really frustrated by that lack of social-media capabilities. Ive decided to just use another social-media tool because I have a habit of being on Twitter. Ive used Twitter to check out what some of my friends are feeling about their new Twitter account.
I was surprised how well this tool has worked. It seems like there is a social component to Twitter. There is also a professional component, as you have all the same social networking features that you would expect from a professional website. It’s not perfect, but it seems like people who are on Twitter have a lot more social life than I do. I have been using this tool for two weeks now and I love the way it has helped me stay connected.
I feel like I’m missing something. You can set up your account to follow and unfollow people. I don’t know if this is a new feature, but do you have to unfollow people? If you unfollow someone, does that mean they’re no longer on your list of people to follow? I’m curious to know what everyone’s thoughts are….
This is actually my second attempt at the new “isometric” approach to social life. I’ve been using it for awhile now and it has helped me stay connected for a few weeks. I don’t know how much I actually get back in the game, but the feeling of being stuck in the past is so satisfying.
People don’t have actual memories of their time on the internet, so it’s not always easy for them to remember their friends or anything. I think there is actually a kind of “memory stick” effect, where a person’s online presence is like a digital photo album. It helps you keep in touch with everyone you’ve ever known, but it also creates an artificial social group that can be useful for some people (like me).
In that sense, if you have a Facebook account, you’ve probably got a photo of yourself in high school you can use to recreate a group of people that you were in that high school with. You can even use that same facebook account to create a group of people who are your friends, and then you can use that group for all kinds of things.
Facebook is one of those services that has become so ubiquitous that you can’t even imagine how people used to get around it before it was so much more than a social network.
It used to be that the only way people used Facebook was if they were friends with friends. But now a lot of people use it to connect to people that they have never met, and they use it like a real life group chat. You can even create “friends” on your facebook account, and then if you connect to them you can be all over them like you are your own friends.