A world without our Facebook profiles
HAVE we ever thought about Facebook and what we are doing with it?
Ever thought about the amount of time we sit and play with about 90 per cent of what we could be doing of real benefit to ourselves?
It’s so much easier to play with our "friends" that use it, and compare others to ourselves.
We don’t have to post letters, set-up emails, attach pictures and other info that can be sent with it, and then await a reply (whilst awaiting we can checkout others on Facebook just for the info, maybe get a coffee or some sweets to keep us intrigued, just for a few minutes only? Gee my weight is building up with these sit and eat periods).
In the meantime, everything we do with Facebook, pictures we attach, and information we want to be private to just each other, is available worldwide to anyone that is a cheat and doesn’t care about privacy, to themselves or others.
Remember our income/expenditure files we keep?
These can be available to others if shared on Facebook with someone we trust as these files can then be traced and read.
Maybe we should think about the actual wasted time we have and download a program that will teach us just what a PC is.
Do we really want to send all our private information worldwide to anyone that is not trustworthy?
Think hard about the use of Facebook and what you inform the whole world of. Brian Antaw