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I use fb as a giant forum. I only subscribe to groups that have things I want to know about. No politics and no personnel posts.
So if a tree is down on one of my favorite trails I'll hear about it and maybe get out and remove it.
Fb has its place, like anything some people take it to the extreme and post too much.


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Fb has its place, like anything some people take it to the extreme and post too much.
+1. I don't use FB and as a result I miss out on A LOT of MTB advocacy and trail work events. But I just don't like being at a computer when I'm out of my office. FB was blocked from my work computers until a couple years ago.

My wife is way into FB. Checks it during breakfast each day then after dinner while I'm cleaning up or while I'm cooking. She lets me know what our family and friends are up to AND has actually been pretty successful in using it as a marketing tool for her work. Her clients can be all like "wow, I saw that cool thing you did this weekend. Where was that?". And from there the connection is built and that's the biggest part of having return business in her world.
 

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Was never into Facebook, even back when it was still semi-cool.

My 74-year-old mom's into FB bigtime, though. Guess that tells you how cutting edge FB is now.
 
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