I am. Joined once, stuck around for a month or three then got off the bus. Joined again several months later and it seems to have taken this time. It's got its ups and downs but when you get down to it it's pretty useful. I find myself staying in touch with my old student pals from the late 70s/early 80s, a sprinkling of relatives and a bunch of folks connected to the film and television world. I'm good with it as long as I don't take it too terribly seriously.
I was probably buried in homework, like I am now. Egads! Never take two accelerated courses during summer semester while you're working a full time job. Slaps self in the face wondering what the h e double l I was thinking when I thought I could pull off taking an Advanced XHTML course AND a C programming course at the same time in accelerated mode. Need sleep... Tomorrow is another day... Good grief... and all that.
Hmm...we have talked about facebook here, here, and here. Where were you?
John, I'm sort of cyclical here. I've gone months without even popping in to lurk. You've caught me at a time when I'm actually posting. Donna asked a question and I simply joined the thread to let her know I'm on FB. Cheers.
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