So there you have it. I'm considering Facebook.
I honestly have no interest in joining.
I never have.
But lately I've been thinking I should get with the times and create a page for my blog.
I need to know whether it's worth it - so I went to twitter and asked. Only a few replies. Most were positive. I'm still waiting to hear that one person say they couldn't live without it. Or maybe I'm just already that much closer and two responses were enough. I'm not sure yet.
I write. I write a lot.
I also read. A lot.
I'm a technological addict. I have an addictive personality when it comes to technology.
Just look at the number of tweets I have.
I don't want a page for me. Andrea. But I am contemplating one for me, Good Girl Gone Redneck.
Sigh. It's hard to go back on something that has become a strong part of your life.
It's stupid, isn't it? To be afraid to just say something like - screw it, I'll just sign up. What of it - right? Or isn't it? It's why many people I know are not on Twitter. I couldn't not be on Twitter. But I do not feel as though I need another window. Another way to communicate with the people I like chatting with. I don't want to follow thousands (okay, hundreds) of peeps on Facebook. And I don't believe I want thousands (again - exaggerating) of peeps following me.
What to do, what to do?
It's quite the conundrum.
Yes, it really is.
What do you think? Argue it for me, if you would. Join Facebook or not?
Tell me why. One way or the other. What's important. What are the benefits?
Is it really a requirement of future generations? The only way to move forward in social media and networking? Tell me what I'm missing.
And maybe, just maybe ... I'll consider it some more.