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The assimilation of my luddite self into modern technology is ongoing.
I’ve joined Facebook.
The funny thing is, I have no idea how to provide you a link to my page, or what I’m supposed to do with it. I don’t have any sort of feel for getting around in there, and I don’t know how to use any of the features.
I managed to figure out how to chat, though. I spent an amusing few minutes chatting with my buddy Sherri, who found out how to do some things from one of her buddies. I can now write a note on Facebook, should I so choose.
But that’s about it.
Anyone have a primer you can give me? How can I use this to get people to read my fiction, or better yet, send me money for my fiction? (I’d like it just fine if they just sent me money, but I think to avoid legal problems I have to provide a good or service. So I’ll provide fiction. That’s goods AND services, right? Entertainment in a deliverable? Maybe?)
So I’m slowly dragging myself into the modern era. I can’t say how well I’m doing, but I’m getting there.
So yeah … any helps on Facebook are appreciated. Help a trog out, y’all.
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