Why I don’t like Facebook?

As Vint Cerf said in The Guardian recently, “Regardless of the medium, there will always be demand for high quality content.” If someone could show me where the high quality content is in Facebook, in amongst virtual hugs, games of scrabble and vampire fights, I’ll change my mind. For the moment I’ll remain sceptical and continue to read Twitter.

As an aside, perhaps more people would read this if I delivered higher quality content – oh well, I’m having fun.

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    […] and I’m still getting more followers, not as many as other people but as I’ve said before, I need to work on the quality of my content. Posted in Twitter, technology. Tags: community, […]




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