I was browsing my Facebook and saw an article I was interested in reading because I’ve been splitting my allegiance between Apple and Android.
my interest is engaged and I’m taken –
I’m unsure about connecting with the new Timeline, and the idea of being that public about what I’m doing concerns me so I click on Learn More about Timeline. I watch the video, and am sure I don’t want to start a Timeline. So I go to Google.
I could have gone straight to the article by clicking the bottom link, but I clicked the top, and got
and scrolled down to find, near the botto, middle
what I was looking for –
which was actually too geeky for me.
However, what I learned was that I could find something interesting on my Facebook account, and that Facebook would use it to shove me into a new aspect of Facebook. I checked out Timeline, as Facebook allowed, and decided not to go there. I still wanted to read the article so I problem-solved by going to Google, which showed me two paths for getting where I wanted to go, the two-step from the top link, and a direct path if I read down a little.
I don’t like being pushed; I like finding my own way.