- It's not the user interface. Even though I prefer Google+ and its cleanliness and transparency of what's being shared to whom (seriously ... the "View Profile As" dropdown that lets you see yourself as others would see you ... is phenomenal!) Still, Facebook has gone leaps and bounds in making their user interface better.
- It's not the content. I follow many of the same people on the other networks as I do on Facebook. They post the same links to their blogs on those as they do on Facebook. I see some of the same memes on Facebook as I see on Twitter and Pinterest.
- It's not the rigid content types of Facebook. I get my creative kicks from Adobe Lightroom and other software. I don't need my social network to be flexible enough to let me be "creative" on it.
captures, reflections, sketches of and about images Even though Adam lacks classical training, he tries to pay attention an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Adam serves the church and the world, experimenting with non-traditional models of ministry "didn't I already solve this once?"
the reminders of frontend (JS/TS), backend (C#), database (T-SQL)
issues and how Adam has solved them August - November 2014
Adam and Heidi go across the U.S. on trains, retreat at monasteries,
and live in Jerusalem and Rome. Attempting to be "guests" for the entirety. Discovering new ways of looking at humans' relationships with each other and their spaces