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I Have 10,000 Blog Followers

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WordPress now tells Life in the Boomer Lane that she has 10,000 followers.  She would immediately have to start purchasing larger hats were it not for several important facts:

1. She has no idea who these people are. The number of people who comment on her blog posts has actually gone down, not up. And, while she truly reveres anyone who takes the time to read anything she has written, she believes the other 9990 have no GPS and ended up in the wrong place.

2. While her stats have, indeed, gone up, they in no way indicate that anywhere near 10,000 (or even 1000 or even 500) people are reading this blog.

3. Moses had between 2.5 and 3 million followers on his trek to Canaan. LBL doubts she could round up even 20 followers for a two block walk to the Safeway for coffee Haagen Dazs.

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Facebook for Boomers

Life in the Boomer Lane

We're taking over.

My daughter Yael has asked that I write about Boomers on Facebook.  I’m not sure how she phrased it, but it might have been “Gee Mommy, since your generation, especially the Class of ’69 of which you were such an integral part, is so much more fascinating than mine could ever be, what with your superior music, activism, hairstyles, and recreational drugs, you should write a column about how your generation does in the World of Facebook.” Or maybe she said, “Hey, why don’t you write about old people on Facebook.”  I can’t remember.  Either way, I’m up to the challenge.

The obvious answer is that Facebook has given us a way to communicate with each other that is dramatically different than anything we have ever done before.  We grew up with three modes of communication at our disposal.  We could be in the same general area as another person…

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