To say that Facebook plays a big part in my life is a bit of an understatement – as I’m sure it is for any other social media manager.
Not only do I use it to keep in touch with friends and family – but I’m forever adding content to one of the many pages I admin, whether for myself or for clients.
The publishing dates on the articles span the lifetime of Facebook, showing that the company has forever been on a behind-the-scenes campaign of disabling accounts at their discretion.
I found some articles by famous bloggers or journalists, including Roger Ebert, Robert Scoble, and Stan Shroeder (Mashable).
At this point it was about a week since I initially wrote Facebook that fateful morning, and I still hadn’t received a reply. Even if they did email me, I would have never received the email because it was set to “Skip Inbox/Delete”. So I sent another email to Facebook, this time letting them know that I had a filter on my gmail and if they did contact me prior to this email, I would have never received it.
It’s time for Facebook to get a bit more mature in this area – especially with their IPO announced.
I’m actually considering buying stock just so they will have to listen to my complaint – at the very least I’ll profit from them.
Facebook is the latest teenage craze all around the world.
The website isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, so why not upload all my photos on Facebook for my friends and family to view at their discretion?
There were well over 2000 photos, countless videos, blog posts (notes), plus all the contacts (I still haven’t been able to reconnect with many who were all lost when Facebook disabled my account).