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When there are too much it’s too much July 23, 2007

Posted by Phil Jeudy in Friends.
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Stephane et Facebook

I can tell that I really share with Stephane about Web 2.0… We are connected through Yahoo! Messenger, Twitter, Linkedin, and some others…Having phone calls still!

But when I saw on of his last post, I just had the revelation: we are not connected yet on Facebook! Incredible! Aaaaaaaaah!

Euh, what for?

Dunno… turning him into a pirat? Looking at his friends? Bit him to become a zombie? A new site for receiving adverts?

When it’s too much it’s too much!

Come on Stephane, say “yes”!

There are many discussions regarding social network tools… Paul Walsh said: “no more Linkedin, Facebook me…”. I did it, he said “Do I know you?”. Rodrigo, Gonzague are Kings for Twitting…

Time will tell…let’s spread the web and connexion as much as we can, then we will see!

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1. Paul Walsh - July 23, 2007

Ah, but if we continue to have this conversation we’ll get to know one another and then connect as we’ll know we have something in common, right?🙂

Just writing another post as it happens on this subject – gotta stop but I’m being questioned directly regarding it’s lack of support for standards. Would appreciate your thoughts.

2. Gonzague Dambricourt - July 23, 2007

Kings of Twitter xD

3. ooto - July 23, 2007

Problem is:
– If we are not linked on a social platform, are we still friends?
– If we are linked on every social platforms, does it make us best friends?

I’m more and more inclined to think that too many social networks will kill social networking, rather than expanding the whole audience.

And… I said yes on FB🙂


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