I have a love-hate relationship with the internet and with technology in general. I was an early adopter of digital camera technology purchasing the first digital back made by Phase One called the LightPhase. It was 6 big bad mega pixels and I paid $24,000. 16 years later, the iPhone boasts a 12mp camera and now Everyone is a photographer.
|The PhaseOne LightPhase 6mp digital back.|
As far as Facebook goes, I have had a profile for years now, a business page for the studio and one for Elizabeth's photography as well that I manage. (She quit Facebook years ago). There is the twitter account, Pinterest, Instagram and Linkedin. I have reached a technology plateau. As I sat enjoying conversation with some old friends over coffee yesterday I thought to myself, it's time to simplify a bit. So, goodbye Facebook and you too Twitter. It's not you, it's me.
|© James Worrell|
(You can still keep up with me on Instagram, I can't quit that one, yet.)
Check out this Article from Lifehack on the 7 reasons why quitting Facebook now is good for your future, I would post it on Facebook but...