Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro - - Opinion - BY SU­SAN PALMES -DEN­NIS Straight from the Caroli­nas

ust like any ne­ti­zen of the world, I love Face­book. Who else doesn’t? Ex­cept maybe those who have not yet signed up for it since it was founded 14 years ago. I like look­ing at the pho­tos of fam­ily mem­bers, friends, class­mates, for­mer co-em­ploy­ees and ac­quain­tances. I am sad when I learn of the death and mis­for­tune of peo­ple known to me.

Through Face­book I get con­nected with class­mates that have since moved on to an­other place. In­deed these are in­ter­est­ing times in to­day’s world. As a Face­book user no­body tells me what to share and what to post and I check into my ac­count any­time I want. I just want to be part of a global com­mu­nity of users and I don’t want to feel “an­cient.”

It is in Face­book that I re­con­nected with class­mates Lour­dez Garces and Edith Tan­con­gco, both based in the US. Face­book is also the plat­form where I can mon­i­tor my grand­chil­dren Chris­tian aka Sam,

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