My first time with a social network was MySpace back then I fell fast and encouraged and my co-workers, friends and family to get in the game. T&K took advantage of the online network and my personal page became somewhat of an employee and guest relation’s hotline (which I welcomed) All was good… As the years went on I started to get annoyed by all the spam, clutter and etc. When social networks started to go Niche I slowly started to stray. FohBoh hands down is my favorite they really get this Niche and attention to the members thing. I’ve stayed connected with MySpace because I had about 400 friends, I wanted people to be able to find me there and it’s where I’d communicate with my brother, sister and mom. Monday I received an email saying they deleted my account for violation of terms of service. No warning just poof it was gone. I read the terms of service and hadn’t violated any of them. 400 contacts lost and I was a bit aggravated. I contacted MySpace to find out what happened and they’re too big to respond with anything but a standard reply that told me the account could not be restored. I’m not so big so I’m telling all my friends that MySpace sucks. What’s your favorite social network? Has anyone else had problems with MySpace?

Amanda Hite
Talent Revolution

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Facebook is among the many SN I'm on but haven't really got into it. I guess I never really gave it a chance, maybe I'll go back and play. Thanks for listening to me vent (smile).
Never got into MySpace. Though a lot of bands that I know are on there. So, I check their schedules.
A lawyer told me once , if your on MySpace, your either a Teenager or in your Twenties, A Band or a Pervert.
Guess this shows my age. FOHBOH is the only SN that I really can sink my teeth in and get something out of.
Like minded people who don't hide behind fake names and all.
Besides, I have not seen CHRIS HANSON from NBC DATALINE on here yet.

A good reminder in the digital age :BACK UP BACK UP BACK UP or print off what you need!
ok dad..... just kidding! The only SN?? how bout another little start up?
OK> Talent Revolution. I forgot. I am OLD! I am techincally caught between the Baby Boomers and Gen X. 1968 is my year, and I am between both, according to some.


Can't I be the big brother?
hey.. Adam you're the youngest "40" year old I know! How's that bro?
Carol you are one cool chic!
I 'm thinking of posting a blog : Top 10 coolest people on FohBoh - you'll definately make the list!
Mr Cool in High School! (18 years old with the Sammy Hagar haircut!)

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks. That was 22 years ago. That would make you 9.
Wow Adam! That is some picture....

LOL....thanks for starting my day off with a smile.
Uh, excuse me!

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