I left Facebook — Not Social Media
Jenn Marie
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Every so often, I see something that Facebook might make easier, or give me access to, but then I remember why I deactivated my account in 2009. They introduced something called the timeline that seemed too invasive.

Actual friends have my email address and my land line is in the book. I have even had some genius music production friends find me through one or more websites, blogs and YouTube.

I Skype, Face-time, message, phone and email with friends, family and acquaintances. Why do I even need Facebook? I don’t.

I am glad you set yourself free from voluntary, unpaid marketing surveys and pinpoint sales attempts. Here‘s to the internet and the vast online world beyond Facebook. I lift my cup of coffee to you. Carry on.

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