Twits and Tweets

Getting around on social media can be a challenge when there is a new set of terminology to continually learn.  Let’s FACEbook it, there’s barely a TWEET out there that doesn’t lead you to another place in cyberspace.  You’ll be lost for hours in the endless search for information that bombards us each day.   It comes at us fast. Better be ready to catch it in a mental net and hope it stays still so you can absorb the new processes, gadgets, techno jargon before it flits away.

Are there still people who watch TV daily?  I haven’t seen a TV show for months — don’t miss it.   An occasional movie is fine.   I won’t even get bored in the ever spinning world of knowledge.  Tweets are short and sweet — a treat in a day cluttered with interruptions of lengthy discourse.  That must be why texting is great way to communicate.  Get to the point in a few words — then move on.  If you can’t say what you need to say in a couple sentences, then you probably are over analyzing the situation.

Better yet, we could call someone for information thus spend less time on the computer reading about their life.    Just call and ask if you want to know something or need to know their “status”.

Time to log off and go talk to humans again.

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