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posted by Jamie @ 2:02 PM
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invitation sentthe trick is to tap into some of the groups and networks on there, then you'll probably get too many to keep track of. Unfortunately wine is a minority sport on facebook at the momentA new group was just set up yesterday for all wine bloggers. You might want to check that out (search for "Wine Bloggers" - not the most creative name, but effective) or you can follow the link of my profile
I feel Mister Goode is playing with us...
Not at all Bill. Thanks to those who have responded so far.when are you next in London, Mr Nanson?
What? I can be friends with the famous, award-winning writer Jamie Goode?? hmmm...
Which of the 22 Jamie Goode's is the right one? :-)
It did take a while to find the right JG on there, but I think I did! Maybe it is time for someone with initiative to put up some wine related groups on Facebook? Or are they existent, but I just haven't found them?-OttoN-
What is the point of it? I prefer social sites such as Wine-Pages and do not see a need for anything else.By the way Jamie,are you available for the Remington Norman offline on the 29th Sept?
Keith - A few weeks back, I thought I'd sign up to see what all the fuss was about, but couldn't find many people I knew (Jamie was one of them) and one of the people I knew couldn't even remember who I was....Anyway, I agree it's a waste of time for those of us who've had a life on other online communities.There are some quite fun little add-ons to enable things like playing scrabble and it's another way to share photo's, but in general I don't get much from it.
Let's start a wine group then.
I'll be your friend... finding you is a bit tricky though! Need a photo
walKJR Your blog is great. Articles is interesting!
uvl4Ql Please write anything else!
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