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Why would I want people to know where I am? If they want to know they can ask.
Quote from: tschmidlin on September 16, 2010, 10:04:17 amWhy would I want people to know where I am? If they want to know they can ask.That's sort of how I feel about it. If I'm going out, presumably I've already made plans. And if someone wants to meet up with me on short notice, they can call me, send a text, Facebook message, FB chat, AIM, Gchat, or email.My understanding is that most people who use these things heavily are actually playing them as a game - as you check in more places, you accumulate points and... win at having a social life? I'm not sure what the objective actually is.
Best and most legitimate use of Twitter I've ever seen is where people have automated systems that tweet statuses. Like, for example, the guy that rigged up a kegerator to tweet every time the tap was pulled with the date, time, amount dispensed, and amount remaining.
I only have "one glass" every night. If she doesn't ask how many times you filled it, you don't have to lie.
Im putting on my tube socks and taking off my pants as we speak.
I don't really want people to know where I am.