Or at least, why am I not responding?
I have a few FB accounts and it seems that FB has decided I need to provide a phone number to keep them active. Right now I can't log into most of them without providing a cell phone number. I'm generally put off by this whole development and mostly inclined not to provide any information like that and just leave FB, at least on those accounts, behind.
For anyone who wants to read what I have to say, the good news is that I usually only post on FB an echo of what I post here. You can always see what I have to say by reading this blog. You always could.
Similarly, I've provided easy and effective ways to contact me. You can, for example, use those to comment on or follow up on my postings here.
What I am missing out on are some postings and pictures by folks on the locked FB accounts, and even occasional messages. Right now I can't reply to any of them and can't see many of them.
For most of the time I've not been a fan of FB and I'm less a fan than ever right now. Who knows, though, they may yet emerge as the preferred way to communicate and stay in touch. I expect the future holds some interesting surprise that I haven't imagined.
In the mean time, if you're looking for me, I'm still here where I've been the whole time. That's the nice thing about centering communication, at least the outbound kind, on one's own blog. You always have control of it and it can persist beyond the limits and misdirections of other services.