Re: [PPLetterpress] Check out my photos on Facebook
- I'm not sure I understand what's going on here. I agree about the
Facebook trivial stuff not being of consequence, but if someone is
sharing letterpress pictures there, I'll go and look. Use it for what
you want it for and don't for not.
Lance Williams wrote:
> Gerald,[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> You echo my feelings and experiences with Facebook exactly... Just don't
> see the appeal myself... I've been a member off and on (currently back on)
> for a few years, but just don't understand the need or desire to use the
> As one of your co-moderators of PPLetterpress, I wholeheartedly support the
> "No Facebook" decision...
> - Lance Williams
> Williams Stationery Co.
> Camden, New York
> APA #785
>> [Original Message]
>> From: Gerald Lange <Bieler@...>
>> To: <PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com>
>> I kind of agree. I am on Facebook, but quite frankly, it does not
> interest me. I can understand the friend appeal thing, but I just wish that
> folks would realize the "What's on your mind?" query at the top is not a
> required log in procedure. I don't care what you had for breakfast or what
> you think about the sunrise or what you did last night. Really, I don't.
>> Please, no more Facebook here, this is spoken as a PPL moderator.
>> --- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, rpolinski@... wrote:
>>> Why not just post photos on Flickr where anyone can access them without
>>> having to join, fill out a profile, etc.? Or create a free blog on
>>> Blogspot where you can do the same thing you're doing on Facebook
>>> all the joining.
>>> Just a thought.