Well, they asked..
“Why did you provide the answer you did regarding your satisfaction with your Facebook experience?”
I used to like Facebook for the simplicity and the control I had over the entire experience. It was better suited for informal non-realtime communication than LiveJournal, not an annoying Flashball of advertising chokeage like MySpace, offered more depth and was less self-interested and idiotic than Twitter, and allowed me to be selective. That was a great idea, and I really liked it–in fact, FB was the only “social networking” tool that I DID like for what it was.
And then it just kept changing.
Now, like most people, the overwhelming reason that I use FB is because I know so many people on it. I’m on it a lot, but it’s been quite a while since it went from something I liked to use to something I just use. There are a lot of technologies, sites and apps that I adopt early and stay with late, in its earlier form, FB was one of them, and isn’t now.
Spam sez “LETTER!!“