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Do you think Facebook/Youtube/Twitter this site, etc., are procrastination vehicles?

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      Denise Herich wrote May 29, 2009
    • I find myself gravitating toward these sites during my business day and all of a sudden I realize “SHIT! I’ve gotta get off these sites and get stuff done!”  Maybe this accounts for the many weekends I work!




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote May 29, 2009
    • Admittedly, yes, I spend much more time online than I should. I’ve become more busy with work and family obligations and have tapered off a bit. I rarely log on to Facebook and have nearly abandoned Twitter. This is my number one networking site so it gets more of my time than the others.




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      Kathryn Krastin wrote May 29, 2009
    • lol...

      Nah.  Twitter is a site I use to promote sales that I am doing for fundraising for my oral history project, among other things, such as following the Texas Legislature.

      At work, I am playing Lexulous on FB at times to keep my mind sharp in between calls.

      It does help me to be connected with many of my friends, collegues and contacts.  I love reconnecting with old friends which many of the sites have enabled me to do.  Look forward to seeing what’s next on the high tech front.   What do you suspect that will be????




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      Anne E wrote May 29, 2009
    • No. not for me, but I can see how the temptation is there.




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      Tuliplady wrote May 30, 2009
    • Anything, especially the internet, can be a procrasatination vehicle if you let it.




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      Angell VillafaƱe wrote May 30, 2009
    • They definitely can be. I’m not a procrastinator for the most part but when I get on these sites it is hard to get off. And I have now discovered YoVille on Facebook and I’m hooked! happy




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