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My Facebook Behavior Findings

Here are some personal observations of my FaceBook habits. Are yours similar or completely different?

  • Deleting and ignoring apps can be a tedious process. Do you add every application that’s sent to you? The process is so tiring, it can be similar to writing off an entire cheque book or signing papers.
  • Some apps get old quickly. Some don’t. I’ve deleted WarBook, but kept my Big Photos. Yeah, it’s a matter of preference. As to what I’m more fascinated about is what makes an application stay in someone’s page. What are the benefits involved?
  • More of amusing really – that I’ve been using Facebook’s Inbox messaging system to conduct meetings with two or more people in threads. I’ve been finding it easier to use for managing conversations between three or more people as compared to using a group email system. What you can’t do however (at least from what I’ve tried) is add another person midway into the thread.

By Jayvee Fernandez

Jayvee Fernandez is a tech enthusiast, EAN certified SCUBA Diver and underwater photographer based in Metro Manila, Philippines. His photos and videos have appeared in various international and local publications including Random House Germany, Discovery Channel Canada, and CNN.

2 replies on “My Facebook Behavior Findings”

I have facebook notifications so I am not oblige to check it every day.

However, the games though make you comeback. And as in all things it suffers from the law of diminishing returns.

There are a few favorite applications. The apps that require social interaction are fine and easy to use Poke, super Poke, Panty Raid, and Top Friends.

Photo applications are also a delight.

The most hassle free are the RSS feed applications. Almost no fuss. And a nice way to keep your face book updated.

Status stalking friends is also fun and interesting.

What is interesting about Facebook is that it is a social media and lets you interact with friends.

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