So in a previous blog, I talked about how frustrated I was with Facebook and how I plan to disconnect myself as much as possible from the platform. There are several things that will still leave me on the platform, but to make a clean break seems to be next to impossible.
I have a music and a politics page that I wanted to still send posts to, but I use a site to push a single post to multiple pages. Apparently, I can’t get one of those pages working without authenticating with Facebook…
Luckily, I gave myself until the end of the year to come up with a solution to detach myself or severely limit my interaction with it.
You know, Facebook was good for so many years. But in the last few, it has taken a nosedive on the quality of its platform. More and more people are getting censored for mundane posts – as if the only thing you can post is “light, fluffy, and funny posts.”
It is true that Facebook can censor anyone they choose to because it’s a private organization, but it’s acting more like a government entity, as of late. And if you feel like you can’t post something of substance without fear of censorship, then maybe it’s time you leave the platform. That’s what it’s come down to, for me.
I’m not liking having to uproot connections, logins, contacts, etc., but it has become a necessary evil that I must go through.
Until next time, thanks for reading.