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Whoa, left Moleskine. Those are some big words Arment.

it was not an easy decision my friend

Trust me. You are going to be VERY happy with Behance!

I almost deleted my Facebook, but it has become a good tool for me to connect with students (I'm a part time youth pastor) and out of town family. But then I am contributing to the superficiality of relationships. Other than that, I find the stripped down, 140 character, concise nature of Twitter to be more helpful.

I really do not get why facebook is so popular. I cannot stand it.
But I guess I am missing something as well.

I don't get much out of Facebook, either. Far too many people playing Farmville and Mafia Wars. Supposedly there's a way to filter that out, but the few instructions I've gotten don't work.

I check e-mail and other connectivity at work, but Facebook is often blocked, or does not come through completely, like many other formats (e-vite, flash, etc.)

Facebook often crashes, and often loses posts (like blog software five years ago). So it's a hassle to either "select all, copy" or just rewrite. I think they put all their software dudes on games, and neglect the core platform.

Just read Rework on a plane ride yesterday and really enjoyed it. Easy, quick read but A LOT to say. Definitely lots of food for thought for church planters to chew on.

Fscebook is a great way to stay in touch with family and in tune with friends. It is also a great ministry tool. Anything for Jesus!

i reconnected with the future Mr. Gail on facebook. it's not all that bad ;)

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