I deleted my Facebook account about 2 years ago, and I havenít missed it one bit!
I initially discovered Facebook like most anybody else, on a story by the local (Philadelphia) media. I didnít fully understand what it was all about. I assumed it was another MySpace. I was never really into MySpace that much, but I decided to give this Facebook thing a try.
It instantly became apparent to me that Facebook was not like MySpace at all. It wasnít a site to pimp
This year for the Gen-VI annual Thanksgiving Day celebrations, my dad was finally able to shoot fireworks and lots of them. Check out some of the photos my friend took at the link below.
I haven't looked at my Facebook account in about two and a half days. It has been a very liberating experience. I need to try and do that more often. Life is so much more peaceful without it.
Check out the t-shirt Bob is sporting!
We have a photo of him wearing the shirt too : )
you can't go to a single video anymore on youtube (that i've found anyway) where an ad isn't shoved in your face.
so you go to see a video and see an ad and click it and suddenly you're disrupted from what you went there to do to begin with, watch a video. now you're ad surfing and getting bombarded with advertising. once you get started on something someone throws a billboard in your face and if you're even remotely ADD to begin with, how horrible can it be to get all these distracting