Marketplace recently tweeted asking how social media had changed or impacted your life. Of course I had a response.
They emailed today to ask if I’d record a voicemail, and used a segment of it in todays show for a segment called: “thefacebook.com” went live 15-years ago today.
A lot has changed since then. We asked you about how social media changed your life — for better or for worse. Here were some of your answers: https://t.co/baStpKvQJn pic.twitter.com/WM8z6BCf9i
— Marketplace (@Marketplace) February 4, 2019
In addition to what went on the show, what I also said was:
I had a facebook ID for longest time, probably from 2008-9, and following all the privacy violations and everything else, I closed my facebook account and deleted my data 2-years ago.
I do have an Instagram account but use it very sparingly; I’ve had a livejournal account since 2003, it was mostly to track my triathlon training, racing and travelling, I still have it but don’t use it these days, I’m getting old.
I’ve mostly reverted to doing everything I used to do, before facebook. There are websites that do everything that facebook does, they are different websites rather than everything being all on thefacebook, which gives Facebook way too much information, in my view.
for future reference… Loui-ville is that place in Kentucky, we really are in Louis-ville Colorado…. Great talking to you, as @FriendsReunited used to say “Remember when?” FYI @kairyssdal
— Mark Cathcart (@cathcam) February 5, 2019