It seems as if every time I turn around I am being asked if I am a part of another social media site. At first, it was MySpace, which I am not even sure really exists today, even though I get emails from it now and then. Then there came Facebook and Twitter and they were followed by LinkedIn, the business market social media site where you can post resumes, links, and make business connections. It is supposed to be more professional, but I haven’t ventured into the deep end, yet. To be honest Twitter and Facebook still confuse me somewhat, but at least I can spy on my children that way and keep up with what is happening in their lives.
Of course, those weren’t enough. Next I was asked about Pinterest, which I will admit to calling Pin-Interest for awhile, and then I was told that I really needed to be on Goodreads. It was the site where readers can connect with writers and review books and be nosey about what everyone else is reading or wants to read. I know as much about Goodreads as I do about LinkedIn, which means I have an account but that is about it. However, I hopped onto Pinterest full speed and can get lost in the pages of fantastic pictures that abound.