[DWJ] Best books of 2010 list
Steinke, Gabriela M
G.Steinke at wlv.ac.uk
Fri Mar 4 05:47:07 EST 2011
You are not the only one, Irina. I also refuse to have a facebook account for all the well-rehearsed reasons. And although some may argue that in our kind of surveillance society, this is an empty gesture, yet I feel the need to draw a line somewhere. I'd rather be King Canute than the sorcerer's apprentice.
From: dwj-bounces at suberic.net on behalf of Irina Rempt
Sent: Fri 04/03/2011 06:05
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Subject: Re: [DWJ] Best books of 2010 list
On Friday 04 March 2011 02:36:47 Melissa Proffitt wrote:
> *Reviews posted on Facebook. It's easier than maintaining a blog.
I wish people (in general, not specifically you) wouldn't do that; I'm
starting to feel it's mandatory to have a Facebook account. And I don't want
one; it would make me paranoid, which I'm usually not online, because it's all
right with me that *people* see something personal about me, but it's not all
right with me that a company that sells me to advertisers has my personal
Note that I'm not *asking* anyone not to do it, but if you do, please realise
that I won't see it, and I'm probably not the only one. (If I *am* the only
one, ah well, I've been a bleeding-edge Luddite all my life.)
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