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  1. elizabeth seckman
    April 5, 2024 @ 18:23

    I forgot to post!! I do blog, but obviously, not very well.


  2. Rebecca M. Douglass
    April 4, 2024 @ 21:07

    Never could get any interest in Twitter–I admit my attention span has shrunk, but I still think 140 characters is too little to communicate much! FB is a sad disappointment, but I have a couple of social groups there so haven’t canceled my account (I did that with Twitter for political reasons, but it was easy, since I didn’t use it anyway). Mostly I suck at social media, but blogging feels like it has more room for thoughts and even discussion, if anyone feels like discussing anything.


  3. Mary Aalgaard
    April 4, 2024 @ 11:37

    I’m on as much as I need to stay connected to friends and family. I don’t like the new Twitter/X thing either. I’m barely ever on it. But, I still enjoy writing reviews and connecting through my blog, Play off the Page.


  4. L. Diane Wolfe
    April 4, 2024 @ 07:33

    I gave up my personal Twitter January 2021 but kept it for DLP. Sadly Facebook is too many ads now and I’ll see an ad for every 1-2 friends’ posts.


  5. Natalie Aguirre
    April 4, 2024 @ 07:24

    I’ve been on Twitter and Facebook for a long time, but I don’t really interact on these sites much. Blogging is my main focus. We’re glad you’re part of the IWSG.


  6. Damyanti Biswas
    April 4, 2024 @ 03:01

    I still can’t get used to Twitter’s new name! Even now, I go around calling it Twitter, and it gives me such a jolt of surprise when someone corrects me. I miss Twitter’s traditional blue bird, too!


  7. Alex J. Cavanaugh
    April 3, 2024 @ 19:36

    Dumb to rename it, but I like that most of the negative political crap went away when Musk bought Twitter. I don’t like seeing that anywhere.
    How many years has Facebook been around?


    • admin2
      April 3, 2024 @ 19:39

      Well, 20 years, founded in 2004. I guess I exaggerated when I said over 20 years—so just 20 years. Twitter a little less, founded 2006, so 18 years. Yeah I exaggerated but it FELT that long.


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