Worlds colliding in three simple thoughts

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Thought #1: It seems as though it is much more difficult to purge my thoughts onto this here modern medium for writer’s block, aka: the blogdom, blogosphere, errrr… world wide web. It may be attributed to fears of publicly exposing my inner-most feelings to the world, all the while looking for validation, comfort, humor or pity… and partly because there is a short supply of this valuable commodity in a single day called “time”.

 

Awkward segue to thought #2…Mark, my ever-so-wonderful main slice of cheese, has joined the world of twitter…what does that mean? I don’t know, but I do have a highly unutilized account with them – I have found it’s too high maintenance for me – Facebook and blogging are independently counterproductive, addictive and time consuming. Ergo, adding one more social-networking piece to my life may make this more of a painful obligation than a stimulating creative retreat.

 

Final thought #3: Although I do have aforementioned twitter account, which I regrettably haven’t opened since last summer, I have decided to have a few weeks of trying it via me.com…my “month of twitter” will have its debut soon, where I will make updates like I would on said site and see where it goes from there…only time will tell.

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16 thoughts on “Worlds colliding in three simple thoughts

  1. ok. so why dont you just put one thought a day out on twitter?

    ive actually come to enjoy twitter more than blogging. its weird, but i have. its less demanding. the people of the blog arent demanding, its the self expectation of posting something worth reading and meaty enough to warrant a length of time that feels demanding. whereas a 140 character thought on twitter, be it funny or insightful, is short and to the point. and surprisingly, there are a lot of people who like it that way.

    i do miss you tho. a lot. a lot a lot.

    i bet you smell good too.

  2. You can link twitter to update your Facebook account so I find I spend less time on Facebook. I can update twitter from my phone so it takes less of my already precious time. Look forward to your “tweets”

  3. I didn’t link my twitters to facebook because they only randomly come up and sometimes they don’t make sense out of context. But I do love twitter for the little moments of connecting with friends without the pressure of feeling like I must.be.there.all.the.time. But for me it could never replace blogging because I like using a lot of words. In case you hadn’t noticed that by now. I can tend to ramble sometimes. For no reason. At all. Just so I can say a lot of words and take up a lot of space. I think it comes from being the youngest of six kids and never being able to get a word in edgewise. Yeah, I think that was enough talking for one comment.

    I’ll read your tweets wherever you post them. Just post. 🙂

  4. now wait, wait, wait…this is the TEST to see if twitting is in my near future…just a test. If no one is harmed during this TEST, we may consider the addition of the twit to this already crazy life…but good thoughts, ramsey…I’ll def keep that in mind!
    🙂

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