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After 10 years, it’s time to reduce Facebook sharing even more

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Filed under: culture, internet, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 10.15

7 Responses to ‘After 10 years, it’s time to reduce Facebook sharing even more’

  1. […] promise to fix Facebook in 2018 is, in my opinion, too little, too late.    However, since I ceased updating my Facebook profile last month, I’ve come across many people who tell me the only reason they stay on it is to keep in touch […]

  2. […] or something more sinister?    To this day, Holly Jahangiri and I can still find them. I don’t even use my Facebook wall any more, and just have a glance at a few groups and pages I run. Even there the bots are coming thick and […]

  3. […] of you know that I no longer use Facebook for my personal stuff. However, there are still work things to do, although I’ve noticed Facebook pages get more […]

  4. […] that can come with it. More than once I blogged about being ‘Facebooked out’. And as you quit one social medium, it’s not too hard to quit another.    I’ve made a lot of posts on […]

  5. Hugh Derham says:

    come on Jack
    The real reason is old age!

    From an even older man!

  6. Jack Yan says:

    Lovely hearing from you, Hugh!

  7. […] left my routine. I miss some of the contact, and some dear friends message me there, knowing that doing so on Facebook makes no sense. I did give the impression to one person, and I publicly apologize to her, that I stopped […]

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