Well aren’t you all just the little twitter bugs! Or anti-twitter bugs! Thanks for all your feedback. I do see some things in a new light…though I’m not about to join. However, I think the most convincing argument for Twitter came from my brother Kirk:
The Daily Kirk said…
I think you need to accept we are heading towards the singularity. What is that you ask? It is the moment when humans and machines meld into one form giving us access to any and all information instantly. But on our way there we have to do things like have on-line representations of ourselves (facebook) and the ability to say anything we want to anyone instantly anywhere in the world (twitter). The difference between twitter and texting is minute. But it is fine. Fight the future all you want. We human/robots will have no mercy on you when the singularity comes.
So thanks Kirk. I’m still not on board but I feel more prepared for the inevitable takeover of my mere mortal body.
Moving on! A fabulous little blogger babe, and regular commenter and reader of SheBlogs SheBlogs named Katie, did an interview with me for her blog this week.
If you find the idea of me being interviewed at all interesting you can check it out on her blog: KC’s Masterpiece. She asked me a few a questions and I asked her a few. If you’re not into reading the interview, at least head over for the little clip art that Katie whipped up.
I hope you all had a nice cathartic experience watching Michael Jackson: The Memorial yesterday. I cried through most of it. It seriously was touching. But I do realize I’m perhaps one of the only people who had the luxury to watch it live in the middle of a work day.
That doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy though! I’ve been HORRIBLY busy lately. I’ve been a) mourning the King of Pop b) making myself a yoga bag and c) working on becoming the poster child for skin cancer at the pool. I also recently whipped up a batch of these…
I love you all and I hope you have a wonderful day!