Social media responsibilities

Boy, social media is a complicated subject. I don’t even want to open that can of worms here other than to say it somehow all seemed much more fun in the “old days”, when it all began. But maybe that’s because I’m getting older and grumpier.

As Chuck so aptly demonstrates, the fact that we’re online all the time can be a real distraction. I’m definitely guilty of this. Although I make a conscious effort now to not look at my phone all the time, the fact that it requires conscious effort to begin with is quite telling. I still manage to forget my phone for a couple of hours every now and then. Of course that’s usually when a client tries to reach me for something urgent…


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4 comments on “Social media responsibilities
  1. JP Kalishek says:

    as a motorcyclist, boy howdy can I identify with the Tower and that 747

  2. Wayne Johnson says:

    There is one major difference between Chuck’s situation and a motorcylist: If things go badly in Chuck’s situation, Chuck gets squished, the others are likely to fare better. If a car driver is not paying attention and hits a motorcyclist, the car driver will likely be okay, but the motorcyclist gets squished. Keep your eyes open, folks.

  3. Scott says:

    I uninstall farcebook & all other social media apps from my phone. (& do it again every bloody time there’s an update… WTF?)

  4. Andy says:

    JP, Blind cagers. Don’t get me started. LOL

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