Why I love Facebook

Well, OK, perhaps that is overstating it a bit.

But…

What has always interested me about the internet is the possibility it affords for bloody good conversations with interesting people. For whatever reasons Facebook is where that currently happens most often for me.

Take my last post on Supporting Change. A great comments thread on Facebook, in large measure due to Louise Robey’s first response. And barely a flicker on LinkedIn. When I wrote the post I wondered if it was too business related for Facebook, almost succumbing to the conventional wisdom that Facebook is for friends, LinkedIn is for work. Bollocks.

I’ve always said “follow the energy” in online conversations and if it’s in Facebook that it is greatest then it’s there that I’ll spend most time.

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