Suggestion: love/use social media without acting like a crazy person
You know I'm all for your obsession with Internet-based communications tools. When used thoughtfully and purposefully, new media platforms like Twitter, Facebook—and enabling Smartphones and tablets—can do wonders for your productivity and social life. That said, it pains me to see a person’s zeal for technology become a serious turn off to the very folks one seeks to convert.
WE know and appreciate the joys of the Internet; why doesn’t everyone else? Well, WE may be the problem. Thus, my January Chic Geek column: New Year, New Media. Give it a read, Tweet it, Like it, share it with a friend; just promise me that as you go forth and shout your new-found geek-ness from the mountain tops that you won’t scare everyone else off in the process :)
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