The Glue Note Little Shop and the social networks
I enjoy the web, it gives us the wonderful opportunity to forget our body for using our mind.
I discovered the web around my 40 years, and I loved to share with others people about books, music and philosophy on forums. Then I opened a blog...
Later I suscribed at Ipernity platform for showing my photographs and nearly at the same time at Mixcloud, where I had the great pleasure to collaborate with others musicians.
So, why if I like sharing, do I not display the social networks icons on my site ?
I knew that the GDPR was soon in action, and I know that the social networks spots are including trackers and cookies when we click on them, so i prefer not display them on my homepage.
Also simply because I work a lot for and inside The Glue Note Little Shop, feeling good and involved here and I do not have much time left for feeding my social network pages.
However I am present on some social networks, and I guess that if you are reading this words it means that you enjoy my virtual place and so I can tell you :
I find a bit sad to clicking on a link and discovering an almost deserting page. Much better to stay here, in a warm and welcoming mood.
But still, as I am a "sharer" person and not a "censor" one, and even if I think that does not deserve the path, there are the social networks where you can find me :
Pinterest : some pretty works that I choose periodically, real pearls, works that I have chosen among this mine that is Pinterest; I pass there almost daily and you can find some of my creations on the groups → Artists and Creators - Visual arts, painting, illustrations - Stationery - and Interior Design
Facebook : I do not post often there, but I have a professional page ( thank you for liking it if you go there ) and that is where I say hello to my friends and my family
May 10, 2018
Postscript of 10/01/2019 : My state of mind has changed... indeed, I now feed -a bit more- these social pages too. Now you can find links to my Facebook and Pinterest pages on my home page, on this blog and its articles.