9 Reasons To Switch From Facebook To Google+
Posted 03 July 2011 - 06:36 PM
Then when you login again, delete posts from your wall a page or two, then wait a few days, then go back in and hit it some more. Occasionally it won't let you remove a post - no big, that's just their servers are busy, so you move on and get it later.
As you remove content, it's system will start to scour through the databases looking for more of your data to show to you on your wall.
Eventually, it will bring you EVERYTHING - even the stuff you've posted to OTHER people's pages - and that is the data that keeps you in their system.
Once you have gotten all the posts you've made, you then go through and untag all the photos you've been listed in.
Logout for a few days and then at the very end, 'un'friend everyone and logout for another few weeks.
It's taken me the better part of a year to give FB the slip, but I've done it. When I login now, it's offering me a bunch of random people I do not know to be on my 'friends' list.
If you're willing to take the time to do it, you CAN erase your entire presence - use the nature of *how* FB is designed to bring all the data - posts, replies, images.. everything - back to you so you can remove it.
This post has been edited by foodandart: 03 July 2011 - 06:40 PM
Posted 03 July 2011 - 07:44 PM
Its fast, doesn't feel like its ready to crash at any moment, visually appealing and well designed. Facebook now looks like a kids toy.
I like it, too. If this doesn't catch on like wild-fire, I'd be surprised. In just a few days of using this, I've almost forgot facebook. I'm waiting for a few news organizations to catch up so I can drop twitter as well. This software is perfect. If you're on Android, it has push notification as well.
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Posted 04 July 2011 - 07:00 AM
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