Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and now Tagged. Make it stop.

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I don’t know about you, but I am constantly going back and forth trying to decide which gets more of my life units”“Facebook or Twitter? It used to be a question of Facebook or MySpace, but since MySpace has been relegated to music lovers and individuals going through puberty, it doesn’t seem like there’s much there for an old fart like me. .I have to admit, a few years back my MySpace  was one social networking site that I visited frequently; mostly to listen to music and exchange banter with other music lovers. But then Facebook swept me away and I haven’t looked back since. I have looked sideways, though, at that shiny blue object in the corner of my browser that keeps me tweeting at all hours of the day. So now I split my time between Facebook and Twitter. But should I be dedicating that much time? According to a recent post on ReadWriteWeb. There’s reason to make room for a third slice. Check this out,

“Facebook and MySpace beat Twitter out for the top two spots, but you may be surprised to see who came in at #3: Tagged. Yes, Tagged, the social networking site that’s best known for getting busted in an email invite scam is beating out Twitter.”

So now, to make matters worse, Tagged is coming into the scene . Tagged boasts over 80 million subscribers and their numbers are growing. They probably don’t need one more. I just don’t know if I have the energy to add Tagged to the line-up.