Well, it has been over two months since I deleted my old FaceBook account and started the more clean impersonal account. I still keep face book off my iOS devices. Having to make the effort to go to my desktop to check on face book, makes it where I check only every few weeks. Since I haven’t been blogging for that all that time, my own posts have been limited. When I do go on FaceBook, I do not use the LIKE or emoji response. If it is not worth typing a reaction, I figure it isn’t worth my time. I also only look at the most resent setting on the news feed, rather than looking at what FaceBook thinks I should be looking at. What I have found is that during the five minutes I allow myself to look at the news feed, I see very little in the way of actual posts. It seems that all most people do any more is to share things created by others. I really does remind me of the early days of email, when everyone was loading your mailbox with jokes and listicles. Just as boring now as it was then.
Life on limited FaceBook
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