A post, as promised to Fobby . . .
As Nemesis is wont to point out, the internets is a grand place to waste time. And, depending on how you view it, I have found yet another way to waste my time on the internets.
After much goading from a few friends, I have finally joined the Facebook community. It's not like you couldn't find me elsewhere on the internets; I have a number of other profiles.
I joined Goodreads because Foxy is doing it. I think it's cool because it seems to interface a bit easier in terms of looking at what you and your friends have read and rated.I may like Facebook; I'm still unsure. I guess it all depends on how powerful I make my vampire.
I joined LibraryThing because Nemesis was doing it. And it posts random books from your library to your blog. I like that.
I joined MySpace because I wanted to waste time at work. And that was where I first started blogging. But now it's turned into this spambot generator, and I have a better blog here. I eventually made my profile fairly inaccessible. The only reason I was keeping it was because it was because of Mikey. But since we're now facebooked, I can delete MySpace.
I joined Friendster because that's what all my friends at NYU Publishing were on.
I joined Connexion because it was supposed to be Friendster but cooler. And gayer. I keep it primarily for the pretty.
I joined LinkedIn because it was supposed to be a professional way of networking. But I haven't used it.
I joined Classmates so that I could learn about my high school class reunion.
I joined LDS LinkUp because . . . well, I don't remember. My favorite part about LDS LinkUp is how you can never delete a friend; they are your friend forever and ever and ever.
I joined Chemistry this summer when I was being all single and wanting to get back out there and start dating.
Until then, you can facebook me. (I would promise not to bite, but I have to feed my vampire.)