Technology makes it so much easier to complain about technology, now doesn’t it? Let’s do that for a minute and then get to the part where I refer you to read an ironic post that I wrote.
Facebook is rivaling the Grinch in terms of seasonal spirit by starting to force blog fan pages to pay in order for their followers to actually see what they post. Now I know it’s annoying that I’m complaining about this again, but seriously?
It’s ridiculous, and I’m not going to pay Facebook to share my nonsense with the masses when that money could be spent buying pesto.
No, instead I’m going to be POSITIVE and invite you to subscribe to my blog via email (see that nice little option on the left side of my blog?), follow me on Twitter (one-liners I should probably keep to myself) and remind you to make sure you’re selecting the “Show in Newsfeed” and “All Updates” on Facebook.
Unless you’re actively trying to avoid me, in which case — carry on as you were. Let’s move on.
I’ll have a new post for you here this later week that doesn’t involve self-promotion that makes me feel uncomfortable and twitchy like this does, but today I’m back over In The Powder Room talking more about technology and cults.
What do those two things have in common? I suppose you have to click…HERE to find out.
So let’s summarize:
- Facebook is lame.
- I prefer pesto to popularity.
- You have various options to either interact with or ignore me.
- The serving size suggestion on hummus is about as useful as a Kindle is to a Kardashian.
- Clicking this link will trick In The Powder Room into thinking that I have friends.
One of those things doesn’t belong, but I felt it was valid. Anyway, go forth and read about cults, soak in the irony of that statement and I’ll see you here for my next post.
Unless you’re actively trying to avoid me, in which case — carry on as you were.
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