Well, I saw it on facebook. Doesn’t that make it true? OK, you don’t believe that line, good. Not every thing you see on Facebook is true or, real. Same goes for most of the Internet. I like to make sure I let people know important things face to face or at least on the phone.

Important news should be delivered to those it affects. As you go farther from the center the news does not need to be direct, but where and when does Facebook become an acceptable way of spreading the news.

I’ve delivered some important news to those that needed to know. After that the news was placed on Facebook. Yes, I guess that made it official. I never thought that I would be placing important information on any social network. I never dreamt of putting it in this type of information in my blog.

I guess important news can be shared in this type of format if that is the only way it can be shared.

I just noticed that I spent a good portion of this post writing about important news. I have shared that news (slightly) in an earlier post, but in my own obtuse way. People who know me, knew what I was talking about. I guess I should, at some point, I should state this in a bit more extensive format. Then again, I won’t be doing that now.


6 thoughts on “Official?”

  1. Ok dokey… Important things I NEVER post on blogs or Facebook until I have told everyone I need to tell; then, I rarely do because I have already informed those who needed to know.

  2. I agree that important things should be told to important people in a more personal way before they end up on facebook. I also think that once said information ends up on facebook, those who were told earlier should refrain from gloating. It bugs me when you finally put something up on facebook to let the general masses know, and you get “I couldn’t wait to be able to talk about this!” It just seems tacky, kind of “Ha, ha, I knew first!”

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