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I absolutely agree with your view. Nowadays its hard not to unwittingly connect various online accounts together. I spent a good 20 minutes just setting privacy settings on facebook last week after I discovered that I had unintentionally linked my youtube account with facebook. I don't think my Facebook friends and family really wanted to know that I had watched an hour of various guitar finger exercise tutorials and the music of Danny Kaye. :)

I shudder at the thought of all the peculiar things people could learn about my reading/web surfing/viewing/listening habits if I let every site I visit link to Facebook.

Totally agree!
We belong to PaperbackSwap.com and I recently got an e-mail asking me to "friend" someone.
As it is I have plenty on my hands trying to keep Bob's PitBull Pals Club straight and being friends with a pack of pit bulls is about all I care to handle right now.
Obviously there are any number of groups who seem to have a burning desire to acquire more friends.
Regular old fashioned pen pals were much more interesting in many ways, but I'm perfectly happy to have e-mail pals as well. I just don't think I'm ready for 10,000 plus new "friends", who really are collecting because there is a strong possibility that no one wants to really get to know them in person.

Patti

Impressive blog! -Arron

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