The list has been quiet for wayyyy to long. I trust this note finds everyone doing well and getting ready to enjoy the summer!
Interesting topic lately is (of course) twitter. Many are saying that celebs have tarnished the landscape.
Others are saying that its demise will be caused by newer collaborative tools coming onto the market, like Google wave. Still others point to #iranelections as an example of twitter's prominence.
So, what say you? Is twitter the future, part of the past or a present day tactic used in your day-day activity?
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In the communications business, we counsel clients to have an integrated approach that encompasses traditional as well as online relationship building. Yesterday's party was a reminder of the Internet's advantages and limitations. As you can imagine, our family has shared quite a bit of information with complete strangers. Over time, we have gotten to know many of the families involved. Again, all participants share a common bond and are passionate about their children.
You can build a virtual relationship but... sooner or later it's a good thing to make face-to-face contact. You can always transfer the relationship back online once you've met in the real. At work, we do many Skype video conference calls but again, it's nice to actually meet people. Virtual relationships can complement but not replace real encounters that produce the laughter of children.
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