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Not Blurring the Line

July 5, 2013

I just want people to know that I’m not going to be the one saying “find me on facebook!” next week. It doesn’t mean I don’t like you, it just means that I keep my facebook as private as possible. If you want to find me on facebook, you can like my blog page! I know it’s not the same thing, but I set it up for just that reason.

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In case you haven’t figured it out, I’m a fan of social media.  I’ve been on Facebook since my freshman year of college.  And I jumped on the myspace bandwagon for a while.  And Livejournal.  And I even had a different blog (not dedicated to diabetes) before this one.  And sharing pictures?  Well I’ve always been a fan of that.  And twitter.  I was against it for so long, but then when you realize it can do all of this (and more), well I became a fan and I’ve met so many great friends.  Even if I’ve only met two of them.

I can go to twitter and vent about diabetes any time day or night and know that someone will be there.  That’s the awesome part of an international dialogue.  Someone is always awake.  But it goes beyond that, there are a few people who I dearly call my…

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  1. July 5, 2013 10:18 AM

    I agree with you on this. My Facebook and Twitter uses are very different and I connect with different people different ways in them.

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