This AM, at about six', I felt like checking Facebook. If we've seen each other in the past month and a half, I probably told you that I decided to cut Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for 3.5 months.
But then I re-activated my Facebook account.
I was served only with crap and irrelevant posts on my timeline. It looked like Facebook had about 50 years old because that was the average age of the people I saw on my timeline.
Posts from a distant uncle, my mom's friends, random people that I don't even recall. There were also some close family things that I was already aware of because with or without Social Media we tend to keep in touch with the ones we care for and love.
Algorithms need to training. Repetition is king. Like losing weight, the more you put effort towards it, the better it gets?
I just don't have any desire to "train Facebook" on my preferences.
Next Attempt: Instagram.
During most of 2017, I averaged 5–6 hours a night. Not sleeping enough was killing me and my ability to get things done.
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