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Connect with Wishful Thinking Readers on Facebook

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It feels like the entire human race is migrating onto Facebook – I joined a couple of weeks ago and it’s a lot of fun joining the dots with people in various social networks. I think I’ve linked up with at least one person I know every day since I joined.

I’ve just created a Wishful Thinking Group on Facebook – I’m hoping it will be a good place for Wishful Thinking readers to connect and share ideas, and for us to get to know each other a little better. You can link up with fellow readers via private messages and adding them as ‘friends’ – and there’s a discussion board and a ‘wall’ for public messages.

I hope you enjoy the group, let me know if you have any ideas for making it a useful and inspiring place for us all.

If you’re wondering what Facebook is all about, this tour should give you some idea. My impression so far is it’s a lot of fun without nearly as much hard work as blogging. So far so good!


  1. Hi Mark,

    I joined up to your group, and then discovered quite a few other relevant groups out there. I agree, there are a lot of people taking up Facebook accounts and it’s good to see some friendly faces.

    Bye for now.

  2. Hi David, yes Facebook looks like a whole new world to explore. When we can find the time… I’ve pointed someone to your website in the discussion forum, he’s planning on developing his photography business and I thought you were the perfect example of how to do it with a graphic-related business.


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