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Posted by msdesign21 | Posted in You trippin! | Posted on 16-11-2010


Depending on the day, week or time of day that Brian is intently starring at his phone for minutes on end, I go back and forth with my feelings on Facebook. On one hand, it has been a great way for me to stay in touch with people from college (KU was one of the first Universities allowed on Facebook when it first launched) and has generally kept me in the loop with what babies are doing what and the occasional link to a good KU article or design resource. On the other hand, I find myself checking up on it way too much, I read news posts from people I haven’t talked to or thought about in years and I’d say about half of my really good friends don’t even really use it. Back in the day when Twitter first started people would say “why the hell do I care if you are going to get coffee” or “i could care less to hear about the fluxes in your bowel movements” but this was before Facebook had the status updates and news feed wall we are oh so familiar with today. Now I find that Facebook is more like what people thought Twitter would be and Twitter is actually more of a valuable resource for news and interesting links.

All this blabbing is really for nothing though, i just thought I would post my mobile uploads album from Facebook for all of those who don’t get my daily “this is the beer I am drinking today” pictures. Not that I drink beer everyday, of course. In fact, since leaving Oregon our brewery visits have been slim to none. We are 3 months in now, trying to get more of a grip on our expenses, as reality will soon sink in that I am finally tapping into savings and it may or may not last long, depending on how many sushi restaurants I feel the need to visit. Anyhoo, I do like using Facebook for photo uploads and this oh-so-convenient plug-in makes including the photos somewhat a snap (setup is a little tricky, but once you have your FB ID figured out it gets easier). So without further ado, here are all the mobile uploads from my iPhone to FB.

Thanks for following!!

From Mobile Uploads, posted by Maria Scarpello on 10/11/2010 (100 items)

Generated by Facebook Photo Fetcher

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