I'm traditionally very cautious when it comes to joining social networking sites. I was once, and possibly still am, a member of Friendster, which was basically modern social networking's caveman to Facebook's fully-evolved human. I like to think being on the ground floor for this stuff makes me a groundbreaking Jackie Robinson-type (minus the whole "brave black man" angle and ability to steal home on Yogi Berra). Being on Friendster also means I'm old. Well, not old old, but at 29, definitely Internet Old. Put it this way: There was a time when no outgoing phone calls could be made at my house when I was trying to look up Yasmine Bleeth stills from Baywatch Nights. Gruesome photo galleries on Rotten.com once dominated lunchtime conversation at the local Taco Bell. You get the idea. Like m ...
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