Me (not in the photo, just as the writer), blogging last year….
I’m reminded today that it is ever so important to keep our perspective as we go about our day-to-day, especially in this increasingly “virtual” world that we live in.
A local sportscaster complained that many of his fans on Twitter were insulted that said sportscaster didn’t post all of his show’s tweets personally. This was not a personal Twitter account, this was his radio show’s Twitter account. And the expectation was that this host should be spending his days and nights knee deep in tweeting? Really? When does he have time for his “real” job then? And even if it were a personal Twitter account, what about his “real” life?
Other times I’m struck by how personally people take your presence or your absence on Twitter. As if your world really does (and should) revolve solely around a virtual community of people, the majority of whom you’ve never met (if…
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