Maybe I don't need Facebook anymore, but do I want another "one pot for all" network? In the last month I got addicted to a fitness network app (Argus) which is unusual for me, because I am not at all such a workout person. But somehow, doing similar things with other people is a lot of fun. Sharing my GPS track while running through Vienna and adding some photos has this innocence of writing to pen pals as a child in the 70es when we would put random cutouts and notes in the envelopes. How I loved to get Japanese instant noodle ads from newspapers that I could not read, but it was so exciting. In one hour from now, when it is midnight in Vienna, my Japanese fitness buddies will get out of bed, sharing their sleep graphs and pictures of breakfast buns and noodles. And I'll do the same with my Muesli when they are already at work. When Facebook was new in Vienna the cool people said: "I don't know what to do with it, I am not interested if somebody is drinking tea or watching a bird". Maybe I am just too much of a loner, but I know that so often the common, everyday things are more rewarding than cool pictures and pranks.