"can you hear me?
If a tree falls in a forest, does anyone hear it?
Lately, I have received several “friend requests” from people already connected to my FB page. Some of course are hackers, with ill intent. But many are friends or long standing. I have to wonder if they read any of the many posts that I have made in the last several months. I hear often about something called a “face book derivative.” Whatever that control is, it supposedly limits your contact to some two dozen of the people you most have contact with. If that is true, why do we need face book? The two hundred plus “friends,” that most of us have, will never hear a word from us. Again, if this is true, why do we need face book?
I would be appreciative of any thoughts on the matter, or suggestions for improving readership and communications. Otherwise, maybe we all better start looking around for another vehicle of interactive communications.
I posted the above statement on face book receantly. It gave me pause to think how wonderfully oppopsite the vehicle ABC Tales is. Communications are quickly responded to. Readership is total for those who wish it.And member comments are always helpful to writers. In general, ABC tales is a much more well developed and helpful communications vehicle that face book.And of course, there are none of those many pop up ads on ABC tales, that everyone detests. A salud, ABC tales, for doing such a wonderful job with inter active communications.
Joseph Xavier Martin