Facebook Changes Again and What I Expect This Time

by Robbie Schlosser · 0 comments

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Facebook changes are a popular conversation topic these days.  And a persistent one, with new changes coming often.

The big picture is that we’re continuously getting new ways for communicating better.  IMHO, it’s not mainly about creating better ways to buy ads on Facebook.

One way or another, all the Facebook changes will surely allow us to reveal more of who we are, making our engagements as personal as we wish.  In addition, these Facebook changes expand the ways we can connect.

I predict the current Facebook changes will enable us to share more information and personal opinions more effectively, and this will give us closer friendships, deeper relationships, and better collaborations.

Watch me talk briefly about one major Facebook change a few years back.

What a roller-coaster ride!  It seems that Facebook reveals some new feature every week.  Some of us chafe at the inconvenience of adapting to a new procedure, just when we’ve gotten used to the old one.  Others of us welcome everything new, hoping it’ll enable new possibilities for connecting with friends.

Personally, I’m with the second group.  I enjoy watching these changes.  It thrills me to see clever people creating new and wonderful uses for yesterday’s technology.  And creating new technology to accomplish things we barely dreamed of yesterday.  And I look forward to being even more connected and productive online.

A few years ago I wrote about a problem I had using Facebook.  Today I can stay in touch with my friends and colleagues in valuable ways impossible ten years ago.  Who could have dreamed all this?

I can instantly share my personal ideas, experiences, photos, videos, interesting web pages, and anyone’s blog (including my own).  I can instantly comment on whatever my friends share and send them my comments in a public forum (if I wish) for all our friends to see, and they can add their comments, too.

Robbie Schlosser and colleagues in San Francisco  2011

In addition, I can speak about my business to some or all my friends, market about the benefits my clients enjoy, and announce our special features, recent doings, and coming events.

For example, here’s a photo of me with several colleagues at an amazing Silicon Valley NACE networking event a few years ago in San Francisco.  (Thanks for posting this great picture on Facebook, Jim Vetter.)

Finally, I can have all this information float in the public “stream”, so everyone on Facebook can see it and engage with me if they choose.

No wonder I’m enthusiastic about the prospect of communication getting better.

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