I admit I've joined the Facebook crowd tho I've deactivated my account a few times since I started it. Then I hear "Where are you? Where did you go?" and I cave in and activate it again. One of my blog friends - Danielle - recently wrote this post about why she loves it. They're good and legitimate reasons. But as I was reading the comments left by her readers I had to agree that it seems a lot of people are blogging less and less as they get more 'in to' their Facebook lives. I'm skeptical, for myself, as far as finding it addictive or even compelling me to go there outside of having become addicted to one of the games they offer on their Applications called PathWords -- I'm a sucker for word games. Maybe it's because a lot of the people I have listed as Friends don't post a lot there, either. Then I had another one who posted so often my page was full of nothing but what she had to say. So I...ahem...deleted her. I find Facebook kind of boring. But then I never got in to Bebo or MySpace or any of the other 'social' networking sites, either. Maybe it's just me. I'm not what you'd call the most social person in the world. I am when I want to be or if I'm required to be but, in all honesty, that's not very often. I am happy in my own little corner of the world. And I am oh-so-boring myself. I go there. It says "What's on your Mind?", and I sit there and stare at it and can't think of much to say. If anything. Not like here. Where I can't shut up once I get started. So I'll leave my Facebook active, I guess. But I prefer my little corner of the blogosphere...my comfort zone. My social network of one.