2 responses to “de-leting, de-activating, de-lightful!

  • Adam W

    I don’t know if I could ever delete my account, I’m taking a social media break for Lent, basically not going on Facebook or Twitter, but I don’t think I could ever give up Facebook for good, its too ingrained in how we communicate, props to your son for doing it

    • arlynnpresser

      if i weren’t doing this project, i would totally consider the idea of giving it up. and i’m starting to think there’s a certain “cool” factor in saying i’m rejecting it. my son had a lot more to say about how he objects to facebook tracking your likes and your shopiping and what words you use in your posts in order to gauge advertising possibilities. i admire him too, but i think he’ll be back. thanks adam!!!

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