I admit it. I am old. I did not grow up with a phone in my hand, in fact mine was connected to a wall and had a very short cord. I had a television that was black and white, and there was an antenna that was often covered with tinfoil with hopes for a clear picture. Being social meant going over to the neighbors and having dinner.
It is hard to decipher if a like really means something is read (often it does not.) If someone follows you do that take the time to read it. When you send a tweet do “real” people read it or only bots? With all that being said, it is now necessary.
With that being said I do most of my little social chatting on a site called Bubblews. It is like chatting for 1/50 of a penny, but many of my friends are there and it really just chatting.
I did however write a post about a pink card that I found that is worth the read. I am thinking about switching up their idea a little bit and expanding it to the Random Acts of Kindness website.
If you have the time I would love for you to read it and share your ideas. Is it a good idea, bad plan – whatever.
In the meantime I will keep reading, commenting and tweeting. I am determined to find real people in a virtual world!