One of the big annoyances on the web that we all see (far too often) is people ducking out of an unfinished conversation.
A popular TV program in our house is ‘Come Dine With Me’ (I know, it’s an age thing). One thing that occurs very often is people saying one thing to the host
I think Jeff Jarvis has written very well about an extremely hot topic – but with a bit of a twist. With so many people, myself included, recently talking at length about privacy – it is interesting to open up discussion about ‘being public’. While I appreciate and recommend a clear understanding of all privacy […]
Yesterday I had a lengthy (and painful) chat to a business owner about numerous websites and (rather dull) stuff but boy this guy absolutely loved the sound of his own voice – well – he must do because he certainly wasn’t listening to me.
Building your foundations. Sowing your seeds. Planting your roots. If you don’t do the ground work, forget to do the hard work that goes into preparing for the future – how can you expect to succeed in anything
It is always a pleasure to meet new people – online and offline – but, since we’re now doing most of that ‘meeting’ in the ‘online’ world – it’s often hard to find anyone ‘REAL’ and so fantastic when we do.
I was so pleased to get a message through Twitter from my friend @dzakyem to say he was off on his travels to Japan to visit another mutual online buddy.
I don’t know exactly when or which company it was that said, in their TV adverts etc., "Its Good To Talk" – I have a feeling it was Sean Bean for a mobile phone network – but anyway… Slightly irrelevant. Moving on.
Are you being “Human” in your social media activities? Demonstrating your personality? Letting people ‘in’? If you’re connecting with people on social platforms and want them to connect with you – and your content
Are you being “Human” in your social media activities? If you’re connecting with people on social platforms and want them to connect with you – and your content – then surely its time to be human?