to facebook or not to facebook, that is the question
I've weaned myself off status updates (with minor lapses) and currently I'm using it to receive invites for events, such as exhibition openings. But the real reason I haven't hit the delete button is a growing addiction to the odd game or two. I thought I would have got bored with bejeweled by now but strangely I haven't.
One day I suspect I'll just bite the bullet and opt out. Of course Facebook want to keep all my personal information, and yours, so they are making it very difficult. I'm archiving the following link, to remind myself that deactivation is different to deletion. Of course if you know all the ins and outs of that but haven't found how to actually delete your account, here's how to get deep into the belly of Facebook and directly delete your account - forever.
Forever, right? Well be warned. The above link with it's various steps will be aborted if you even accidentally click onto Facebook in the 14 days following your delete procedure. That means no clicking on those twitter links that annoyingly take you to Facebook pages without warning.
Have any of you deleted Facebook? Have you missed it?