Seriously Facebook

Matt Mattus
Mon, 21 Jan 2013 18:31:44 PST
I will add that if this current model of PBS is working, why change it?
A facebook presence will attract new members, and curious people, but the
way I imagine that it will work is that the FB discussions will be brief,
often with a photo. A different type of communication, a different

The in-depth sort of conversation that goes on here, will still remain here.
I think both models will work, and the more curious newbie, may choose to
join this group if they feel that they want to become more involved.

The Facebook group will be best for the "look what bloomed today" sort of

On 1/21/13 9:22 PM, "Ina" <> wrote:

> Ahhh.  So it needs a moderator.  Is anyone in the PBS interested?
> I also am a member of a few Facebook bulb groups and it is fascinating.
> One thing I like about Facebook, I can turn off if I don't want to
> follow something.  At least I don't have to look at it.  Or read a lot
> of stuff which I am not interested in.
> Ina.
> Ina Crossley
> Auckland New Zealand  Zone 10
> On 22/01/2013 2:28 p.m., Matt Mattus wrote:
>> You can't do anything with the PBS Facebook PAGE is probably because it is
>> only 'page', and not a 'GROUP'. A Facebook group will require a hosting
>> moderator, who can approve members on a case-be-case method.
>>   Once you have a group, any group member who is active and approved can post
>> a photo to it.
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