Being completely honest about myself, I am prone to change my mind on things more frequently than John Kerry was noted as doing in the '04 elections. Personally, I don't see an issue with that because opinions must surely change as one receives more information or comes to see things in a different light. Case in point, my thoughts on Facebook.
Just yesterday I was questioning how important Facebook is to me. This was sparked by the fact I tried, rather unsuccessfully, to promote this blog there. Perhaps I simply need to give it more time, but this isn't the only reason I'm reconsidering shutting down the account.
Through Facebook, I was able to find out that a friend of mine will be in town this weekend. He lives in Kentucky and I don't see him very often, so it was good to hear that. Additionally, I'm trying to help a friend out with landing a job and was able to connect quickly with her and say that I put in a recommendation at a place she is applying to.
So perhaps there is some value there... but couldn't I have accomplished the same things with traditional email? I have both of their email addresses and it wouldn't have taken too long.
I'm flip-flopping more than a political candidate on this whole keep/don't keep my Facebook issue. If anyone has any comments, either pro or con, I'd certainly love to hear them. Thanks!!