Friday, April 16, 2010

What Would You Rather Do? Wednesday-Oops, on Friday

I didn't get my What Would You Rather Do? Wednesday post done on Wednesday because I was so pooped from my evening out with girlfriends at the concert. So we're just going to do this thing a couple days late. Today's topic is on social media outlets.

Would you rather...

Only be on Facebook


Only be on Twitter

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say this, but I think many social media outlets are getting a little toxic. Am I the only one who thinks this?

And as for last week's question on education vs. no education. Wow--did that get some people riled up. I got emails and tweets and FB comments about that from people who feel strongly on both sides of the issue. But I'll just tell you answer is I'd take a college education over a very high paying job (with no college education) any day. I've seen time and time again (especially in this economy) people who have no college education, but are nicely paid, lose promotions and even their job because of a lack of a college education. I've seen very experienced professionals not get hired for a job they are well qualified for, not get a job because job descriptions or company policy states a certain level of education is a requirement for the position. So, no one will be able to convince me that an education isn't a priority.

Amen and thankyouverymuch, let's close the door on that topic.


Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I could lose my twitter account and never look back. I love the connections that I've made on facebook.

MommaAmma said...

Toxic? Yes! I wish there were more positive things going on out there with the social sites. I too love my re-connections and easier staying in touch that fb offers. I don't tweet so I can't compare.

Dawn said...

I absolutely agree that a college education is very important. And, it's NEVER too late to get one. =)

I'd happily give up Twitter before FB. I'd give up shaving my legs before giving up FB. Ha! I love it and I love that my friends seem to always be with me.