Thursday, September 4, 2008

No, I will not join Facebook.

I'm beginning to fear that resistance is futile, but NO! I will not join Facebook. I just don't see the appeal of getting "poked" on the internet by my long-lost high school classmates. But my BFF Joshilyn Jackson has been extolling the many virtues of Facebook on her blog (evidently there are games? I had no idea...). And pretty much all of my friends--yes, even my mother--are on Facebook. Am I the last holdout?

11 comments:

Robin said...

games? I need to spend more time on this website.

stephinbham said...

YES—games! Now join. You'd be amazed how funny the poking can be. AND, you can hide from whoever you want.

Now, I'm going to request that Mrs. Demaree be my friend.

Robin said...

I would be honored to be your friend. am I a dork?

stephinbham said...

No way! Thanks for accepting me!!

BigDad said...

hummmmmm, no mySpace either?

Natalie said...

Katie- I am holding out too. Rob is on Facebook enough for the both of us, I think. Although, I too, may crack. My thought process is this: do I need one more thing to be obsessing about on the internet? No. I do not.

Bowlby said...

NO! No MySpace.

Anonymous said...

Robin: Why haven't you friended me on Facebook? Tam

Anonymous said...

Facebook is wonderful! All of my college friends are spread all over the country so this is a way I can see their pictures and keep in touch with everyone in one place. I was even able to find by BFF from 6th grade that I lost touch with because I moved so many times. As for the games and poking I haven't really gotten into that, but for keeping in touch with people I highly reccomend it! Megan

Bowlby said...

No, Megan, that's exactly what I hope to avoid!

Courtney said...

no. I don't have one either Katie!