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Facebook vs Blogger

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Is it a one or the other sort of situation?

Peronally, I can't keep up with both. I went over to Facebook and got sucked in for awhile but I am now spit back out and avoiding it. It was amusing while it lasted, but now I just find it annoying. Kind of like a fling (not that I know first-hand, Mr. C, since you're reading...).

I am back to blogger. I don't know if I will ever venture back into Facebook again. On the other hand, I can't imagine ever completely leaving blogging behind.

What about you? Can you have a Face and Blog it too?

  1. Blogger Heidi said:

    OMG Cathy, I feel the same way!

    Last yr my friend sent me a request to join..It took me a yr to accept it..A few months and now I am so over it! I keep saying anyday now I'm going to close my account..Do I really care if people on my status have " gas" or so and so wrote on this wall and that wall..UGH! and all other nonsense. I tried to set my pref but I can't seem to get it right.

    BTW adorable!!!!!!

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    lately I can barely keep up with blogging.

    Your boy just keep getting cuter!

  1. Blogger Vesper said:

    i do both, but i'm much more devoted to my blog. my blog is more seriously creative, whereas facebook is more of a social tool, and distraction mechanism! :)

  1. Blogger Vesper said:

    p.s. i've missed you! you are back on my blog roll!

  1. Blogger Devil Mood said:

    I don't have Facebook but I don't think it compares really, does it? Blogger is so much more...individual. I can't explain.
    I have other things like Myspace and hi5 but, to be honest, it annoys me being in so many places at once hehe

  1. Blogger barb said:

    I use facebook to keep up with people but I never write anything bloggish on it. For me, it's for quick updates of what everybody's up to.

    My big thing is that blogging has taken away the handwritten journalling I used to do. And that sort of bugs me. I'd never write as much by hand (ouch!) some days, but there's just something about sitting with a book and a fountain pen and writing. The scratch of a pen is so much nicer than the click of a keyboard.

    ps - good to be reading your writing again! missed your posts!

  1. Blogger Chloe said:

    I never really liked Facebook. I neglect it on purpose. :)
    I am glad you are back to blogger.

    p.s blogger has eaten up my profile picture!

  1. Blogger blackcrag said:

    I'm in both but doing neither lately. I'm on the cusp of yanking Facebook, but that's no promise I'll blog more regulaly. If I was to put any effort into one, it would be blogging.

    I'm still looking forward to hearing more about Ghana (or can't you talk about it?)

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