Monday, October 19, 2009


I'm not alone!
Many 20- to 30-year-olds are defying their generation of tweeters and friendsters by holding out on the digital craze of social networking Web sites, The Washington Post reported.

Among them is Tomek Kott, a 25-year-old physics graduate who staunchly refuses to join Facebook.

"I am old-school in the personal touch way," Kott told the paper. He says Facebook is a waste of time.


Kath said...


I just told "a blogger" the other day, Screw Facebook. Anybody wants me to see their damn pictures and how long of a nap they took today, my standard answer is now "sitting on the patio".

And if you don't get that answer, it's bec. you don't watch enough TV and you're probably hanging out on the internet waiting for somebody to "friend" you. Geez.

Wek said...

There are too many people (ex GF's mostly) that I'm afraid to have contact with. Let the past remain in the past.