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  • Hello, i read your blog from time to time and i own a similar one and i was just wondering if you get a lot of spam remarks? If so how do you protect against it, any plugin or anything you can suggest? I get so much lately it’s driving me mad so any assistance is very much appreciated.

  • This has been fascinating to read. My huanbsd is a web developer whose employer made some apps for FB so that’s why I originally joined FB almost two years ago or so. I didn’t do much there until my 20th h.s. reunion happened last fall though, then it got quite fun to check on friends.I am actually kind of slow to adapt to new technology, I feel like I overconsume information already so I try to refrain from adding more. But guess what? I signed up with Twitter a few days ago. It feels very different from anything else and I am not going to use it in the same way as I use FB. All of this technology is wild and I love hearing other people’s thoughts on it.Now I will have to consider making a fan page for my own blog. I’ve been wondering the difference between that and the networked blog thing. I do see in my own circle of friends and family some will click to my blog more if I post the link on FB now. I just figured everyone was using a newsreader but it’s clear they’re not. I don’t know why I’d assume that btw, it took me forever to get on board with that too! (Much to my dear huanbsd’s chagrin, LOL).

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