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any other niners on facebook?

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    Ion Todirel

    Any niners on facebook, aside: Vivek, Sven, Dovella, littleguru, Mr. Herb, (the C++) HumanCompiler, Carmine, Mr. Long, Laura and Larry? Come out, wherever you're hiding  Tongue Out

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    Proton2
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    ScottWelker

    Yep but, I keep it personal. LinkedIn for business.

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    spivonious

    , ScottWelker wrote

    Yep but, I keep it personal. LinkedIn for business.

    ditto.

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    MarkDeFalco

    You can follow me to see my public posts for work-related stuff.  I still only friend personal friends Smiley http://facebook.com/mdefalco

     

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    davewill

    , MarkDeFalco wrote

    You can follow me to see my public posts for work-related stuff.  I still only friend personal friends Smiley http://facebook.com/mdefalco

     

    I don't facebook. It is my understanding that if everyone on facebook has at least one friend then it is possible to see everyone. For sanity sake, I figure it is best to keep my friends in real life and not have a facebook account versus have a facebook account with no friends. Smiley

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    spivonious

    , davewill wrote

    *snip*

    I don't facebook. It is my understanding that if everyone on facebook has at least one friend then it is possible to see everyone. For sanity sake, I figure it is best to keep my friends in real life and not have a facebook account versus have a facebook account with no friends. Smiley

    The default settings are that way (or at least they were when I set up my account years ago). There are four levels of visibility:

    Private - only you can see

    Friends - only your friends can see

    Friends of Friends - only your friends and their direct friends can see

    Everyone - anyone can see, don't even need to be logged into Facebook.

     

    I keep everything on Friends and only friend people that I actually know in real life.

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    davewill

    , spivonious wrote

    *snip*

    The default settings are that way (or at least they were when I set up my account years ago). There are four levels of visibility:

    Private - only you can see

    Friends - only your friends can see

    Friends of Friends - only your friends and their direct friends can see

    Everyone - anyone can see, don't even need to be logged into Facebook.

     

    I keep everything on Friends and only friend people that I actually know in real life.

    Things have changed. But if the profile were set to "Friends" then how does Facebook target their marketing to make their revenue? Smiley

    Is it really this:

    Private - only you and the entire facebook corporation can see

    Friends - only your friends and the entire facebook corporation can see

    Friends of Friends - only your friends and their direct friends and the entire facebook corporation can see

    Everyone - anyone can see, don't even need to be logged into Facebook.

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    Minh

    Come to

    https://www.facebook.com/minh.n.truong

    For insights on growing greenbeans

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    cheong

    , ScottWelker wrote

    Yep but, I keep it personal. LinkedIn for business.

    LinkedIn for business, too. But I don't have Facebook account because I don't trust that company.

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    Michael Butler

    I'm on Facebook, but that's for people I've actually had at least one "real life" conversation with.

    Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter are my public facing social networks.

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    spivonious

    , davewill wrote

    *snip*

    Things have changed. But if the profile were set to "Friends" then how does Facebook target their marketing to make their revenue? Smiley

    Is it really this:

    Private - only you and the entire facebook corporation can see

    Friends - only your friends and the entire facebook corporation can see

    Friends of Friends - only your friends and their direct friends and the entire facebook corporation can see

    Everyone - anyone can see, don't even need to be logged into Facebook.

    lol, well of course. Anyone who thinks something on the internet is truly private is either incredibly stupid or incredibly naïve.

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    GoddersUK
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    DaveWill2

    @GoddersUK: AWESOME Smiley

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