Emma-Lee Facebook in My Life

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Facebook in my Life

If I was invited to something, I needed an invite to be sent in the mail or be told on the phone, which was more likely to get lost and me forget that I was invited.

I see photos of that party from last week I would have to see three different people who were there and find out who had the camera.

I couldn’t possibly remember everyone’s birthday. Facebook tells me and I send them a birthday note.

If I want tickets to see a band I like. I get notified by iLike that a band I like has posted a concert near me.

I no longer get ads for penis enlargements and erectile disfunction because facebook has tailored the advertising to key demographics. Male, female, and you can choose if you don’t want to see that weightless add again and choose adds about cool tees and a bands new album or tickets to see one of your fav bands like…..Amanda palmer at the Corner on March 3rd

All this makes more sense to me.

The bad things that have occurred
There are some pretty bad pictures of me, drunk at a party going around that I cant even get rid of.
What this has taut me is to try to look good when a camera is going around cause if you don’t they will come back to haunt you.

People commenting on photos of you……nasty things…but then you can always block them, but only if the photos are posted by you.

Addiction:
It’s a serious problem
I have to check my Facebook twice a day because if I don’t I do miss things like people inviting me to dinner or to a band on that night. They could have texted me…..but texting cost money, internet also cost money, but as uni students, internet is free at Uni or relatively cheap compared to mobile phone rates. This just proves that my friends are “tight”

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