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Twitter and Facebook Anyone?

Okay…I’d like to know, who is twittering these days? How are you using it? Do you like it? Have you got it on your blog yet? Who’s on Facebook and what do you think of it?

I started an account on Twitter but it seems like just one more thing I’ve got to check and/or pay attention to and/or respond to. The one thing I found that intrigues me is that we can put a one way or an interactive Twitter box in the sidebar of a blog. At Twitter.com you can find the code needed to do this. The interactive Twitter on the blog sounds interesting. – Barbara

Angel and Tap tongue out looking to sideps This is one year old Angel laying next to mature boy Tap. I’m convinced that Angel thinks of him as her Mom who she probably misses. Tap is actually a color headed white Sheltie while Angel is a tri-color.

On this day..

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10 comments to Twitter and Facebook Anyone?

  • They’re just fun to use and chat to people. I heard twitter was really popular, but when I signed up I thought it was the most useless thing I have ever used, it’s rubbish and I never go on it, the profile design is just completely empty. Facebook and myspace are okay though.

  • Well, to be honest with you – although I have a facebook profile I don’t like it much…just another thing that needs your attention and the more friends you add on the more often you need to go check their status because they are internet-holics… um…I think you get the picture: I hate it! :-)

  • I do facebook, and have found some old friends that I now occasionally keep track of. It is something else to do every day though…I don’t twitter…can’t decide why I’d want to.

  • Harleysmom

    Twitter and Facebook both are just tools! Now I have to admit, I am enjoying facebook because I feel like I’m able to touch everyone I care about in just a moments time, I give it the attention I want, and Twitter I use as a tool to draw attention to…us!! I find it intriquing that I can draw attention to the rescue website and this blog, touch people all around the world with just one sentence, and who know’s what it might lead to? Networking is the future and I’m willing to give it a go! It is one more thing, but less time consuming than my email.
    jmho
    Julene

  • I am on facebook a lot and I would be more than willing to help out with the facebook account, but I don’t Twitter. I am thinking about setting up an account expecially if it will help the rescue.

  • Well, I am one of the few that don’t have experience with either of those social networking tools. I think they sound interesting, but I have trouble keeping up with my blog, and depending on the day…I’m just not that social anyway. LOL

  • cyn

    I am on twitter and facebook but facebook more so. I agree with Julene its a nice way to stay connected to friends and family. You don’t need to check it every day it doesn’t matter if you miss stuff!

  • cindy c

    I problay check Facebook a zillion times a day but that is because my daughter is a Facebook junkie and her updates almost always feature the new grandbaby who I don’t get to see because he is 1700 miles away. Gwen even posted Facebook updates while she was in labor, when the updates stopped for a while we knew the baby was making his appearance. I like Facebook though and have really enjoyed reconnecting with family and long lost friends.

  • Car Parking Games

    I think they sound interesting, but I have trouble keeping up with my blog, and depending on the day…I’m just not that social anyway

  • I agree with Julene its a nice way to stay connected to friends and family. You don’t need to check it every day it doesn’t matter if you miss stuff

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