At one point, quite a while ago, someone friended me, or invited me to be on facebook, or whatever the terminology is.
I muddled through and somehow set up and account (I think, don't even know if I did it right) and looked at this forlorn little account sitting there with nothing in it.
"How will I ever have what other people accounts look like, with pictures and words, and all that other stuff?"
To me, setting up most stuff on the interweb isn't worth 1/10th of the effort.
I forgot about it, didn't even remember my user name, password, whatever. Later on, I got some other emails from people I know, asking me to friend them, or whatever.
I just delete those emails.
If I want to talk to you, I know how to contact you.
I have no desire to look at all the crap in your life. Or by association, look at all the crap of other people I don't even know, who are also associated with your account.
I'm not saying this in a disgruntled, angry way. To me, it's the same lack of desire I have to go stand around in a crowd of people, most of whom I don't know, knowing I could have been doing something else less boring.
A2k seems to fulfill my need for random communication.
I posted this picture on another thread. One about Post Secret.
It pretty much says it all....