snoqueen wrote:I know you like your personal page and that's great.
See, that's what I find frustrating. You don't know, but that doesn't stop you from making blithe pronouncements.
I don't like my "personal page." (No such thing, but I'll chalk that up to semantics.) The facebook I like is the content generated by my friends and the public figures and orgs I've chosen to follow. I don't go onto their "personal pages" to get it. The content, and the discussions it spawns, appear in a newsfeed—a little like Twitter, but much richer and more customizable. I control what shows up in the feed, and prioritize the people I'm most interested in so I see more from them.
snoqueen wrote:Not sure what you want.
Fair point. How about easing off the uninformed pronouncements? Your bad experience with facebook reflects on the way you and your friends chose to use it, not on the medium.
snoqueen wrote:I was just saying I hope with JJ gone Isthmus doesn't decide to just have a Facebook page and kill off the forum.
Agreed. Two completely different platforms serving completely different purposes. I've never bothered with Isthmus on facebook—or with the rest of The Daily Page, for that matter, unless I'm looking up movie times or checking on something mentioned by a foron.