Socially Unacceptable

It’s been a very long time since we’ve seen Joshua Weiner, so it was high time to see what he’s been up to.

According to a recent article, 61% of Americans surveyed say they’ve taken a sabbatical from Facebook within the past year or so. I quit the service a few years go, but reluctantly rejoined the Facebook community after a few months. How about you?

One last announcement – as some of you already know, I’m designing some new PCW polo styled T-shirts. I vetted three potential Bob logo designs on Monday and it appears that version B was the overwhelmingly popular choice from the readership that took the survey. Thanks to all who participated! I’m super excited to finally make some new PC Weenies apparel, and I’ll be making some prototypes to show you in the coming weeks.

More as it develops…

-Krishna

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  • Jake EskelReply
    February 6, 2013 at 7:34 am

    I completely deleted (not locked, retired, or hibernated, DELETED) my account on facebook around the end of the last school year. I have not looked back.

    Gets me all kinds of questions at school, all following the format:
    “Why did you [delete/pause/etc.] your facebook?”
    I hold myself in reserve enough to not snap “facebook ACCOUNT, you idiots”, and calmly explain that there are 2 kinds of people on facebook: Followers and Leaders. I was not a leader on facebook, and I sure wasn’t going to be a follower. Not my personality. So I deleted my account.

  • BeckiReply
    February 6, 2013 at 9:02 am

    I use Facebook to stay in touch with relatives and friends I normally would never hear from. Living in a semi-rural and very conservative area, it’s my lifeline to more reasonable discussions (which, I know, is not what Facebook is known for). I’ve tried switching to Google+, but few people I know are there, so that kind of defeats the purpose of staying in touch with them. So, for now, FB wins and I use it lots.

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