We have always been told that we should not talk about religion or politics in polite conversation. I even read an article recently that these are two topics that we should avoid at work. But driving down the road these are the most common topics for bumper stickers. Oh, and honor students.
I just want to get this on the record about Twitter before they release their earnings next week. Even though they seemed to have lost all of their potential buyers Twitter will not go away. It almost certainly will become less valuable from a stock or purchase perspective. It has already become less interesting from a content perspective. And it’s less effective as a marketing vehicle. But it will become more of a utility, or even a social media commodity that gets ported through different networks or systems. And may even get purchased by a large Asian telecom company. So don’t delete your account yet. It may be useful for something in the future.
They say a habit is built after 30 days, and I don’t really know who they are. But this is day three of me recording my daily thoughts and it is already serving it’s purpose. I have so many simple thoughts that I want to capture that I had to create a separate place to start listing ideas.
This was meant to be a collection of observations, thoughts and a bit of a public journal and I seem to have achieved that after only a few days. Now the challenge is to put a bit of structure around it and decide how to formally present it. Stay tuned.
This is a new daily thoughts feature that I’m doing on my blog. It’s longer than a tweet but shorter than a normal blog post. So much of what we share on social media channels are links, rather than thoughts. This is an attempt to change that and share some of my daily thoughts. I’m also usually creating these by voice to make it very easy to post them every day.