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Old 02-07-2009, 07:30 AM   #1
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Do visit our Facebook page and become a fan.

Among other blessings or amusements, you can post snapshots (even albums).

And check out that interesting thing called Facebook — I believe without needing to join (this is intended for the public).

   
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Old 02-08-2009, 07:45 AM   #2
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Old 02-08-2009, 10:44 PM   #3
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Done. But really only out of loyalty. Frankly I have enough sites to check each day. I started a Goring facebook site, but even as the boss-person I am afraid I seldom look at it.

I shall be interested to see how it goes.

   
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Old 02-09-2009, 07:38 AM   #4
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Done. But really only out of loyalty. Frankly I have enough sites to check each day. I started a Goring facebook site, but even as the boss-person I am afraid I seldom look at it.

I shall be interested to see how it goes.
Me, too. The one useful thing I know for sure about Facebook is that any member can post photos there without blowing up our server allocations for disk space and bandwidth.

   
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Me, too. The one useful thing I know for sure about Facebook is that any member can post photos there without blowing up our server allocations for disk space and bandwidth.
Hadn't thought of that ... that is a useful thing!

   
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I held off as long as I could, but I finally joined Facebook a few days ago. Relatives were posting photos and I had to be a member to see them, so I relented.

I've already visited our forum's Facebook page and will try to remember to check it out now and then.
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Done, and sorry it took so long. When I first visited the page, I couldn't find the link to become a fan. I find Facebook tremendously frustrating!!

   
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Life gets more complex. All the new toys get loaded up with features, and ever more difficult for newly-joined impatient users to get into. I think that twitter is almost worse to get to grips with. I think I shall ignore them all and take the dog for a walk.

   
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