Ok so I’ve resisted many of the online social networking sites for a while now. I’ve got some info up on LinkedIn and now finally got a Facebook account. I’ve got to ask the question though “Is it too much to be connecting?”.
What I mean by that is that I have various circles of friends. Some of them overlap, but in broad terms that can be broken down into Business and Personal groups. Do I really want my Business friends knowing that I’m involved in a number of other clubs and groups? Do I want my Business friends browsing my personal contacts list and linking up with people without a proper introduction? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not against it, but at the same time I am wondering just what value it will provide overall.
Robert Crane says
since you are now in Facebook what about creating a Sydney SBSUG Facebook group and letting people join if they want? It maybe an additional valuable method of networking.
Hilton Travis says
What’s with the “Name ActiveX Control that your site wants to push to me?
I’m not a 14 year old boy looking at material to, well, enjoy myself to, so therefore I don’t see the benefit in Facebook. Do we REALLY want all this personal information available to anyone and everyone out there?
Adnan Rafik says
Personally I don’t fee comfortable to share my personal information on facebook with other whom I know through user group.
I’d prefer to another acocunt to connect with user group people.
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