Now on Facebook

Many of you may remember my failed attempt at Facebook back in May 2011.  Bottom line: Retrospace just doesn't translate well to the Facebook platform... after a few weeks I abandoned it and never looked back.  Facebook sucks.

But unlike Myspace and Geocities, it looks like Facebook is here to stay, so I may as well take another stab at it.  This time, however, I'm not setting it up as an anonymous store front for Retrospace, but instead have it set up as....... (dramatic drum roll) the real me.

Most of you will have no interest in "friending" me (ugh, I'm going to have to get used to the lingo).  You come for the miniskirts and tattered catalog pages - who gives a good god damn about the man behind the posts.  But others may want to converse and, quite frankly, I'd like to hear what's going on with my readers as well.

So, let's give it another go.  If you want to "friend me", go for it.  If not, stay tuned for a Mini Skirt Monday post coming right up.



  1. I added you right away!

  2. I always figured that you were older than me, nice to see another retronaut who is contemporary in age.

  3. StoneAgeSurferUSAJanuary 13, 2013

    I appreciate you giving me a choice.I'll choose to wait for your next post.I liken websites such as yours to the mom & pop video rental stores that were popular in small town, America before corporations like Blockbuster came in and took all the fun out of life.I come here, and click on a subject and can immediately read it instead of wading through a commercial,a la Vevo or Hulu.I also understand that these independent sites often come at a price of hardship to the person doing all the writing, so I don't expect contri's every single day.I'm totally for sites like this,Facebook can suck it.

    1. I feel you. God knows I put it off as long as I could. I will say that blogger is far from being mom and pop, as it's owned by Google. But I get your meaning.

  4. I love Retrospace. You rock. Just added you!