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Computer hardware infographic chart.

Found this infographic while Stumbling.

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Social Media – Which New Platforms Are Worth The Time?

YouTube, Twitter, Facebook,  maybe a little Stumble Upon and a few others, rinse and repeat.

After almost 5 years of social media growth, the collective “Social Media Box” has been defined by Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, with support from “discovery/auto-surfing made pretty” sites like Stumble upon etc.   A picture is worth 1000 words so give me a couple minutes to pump out a pic to express myself… see below:

Trapped in a Social Media Box

Considering that Clients have deadlines, budgets and their own personal needs, there seems to be little time to explore new social media platforms.  Actually, I feel burned out on trying out new social media platforms due to the fact that most “New” social media platforms are just a newly dressed knockoff of Facebook, YouTube or twitter.   I have no patience to help someone make a quick buck in the social media “game” by patronizing every new “social media” platform.

I will say that Diaspora has me hopeful.  If Diaspora allows social media crackheads like myself, access to the guts and brain of the platform, I am sure the next phase of the social media revolution will be kicked in high gear.

Hope is still here, but I’m cautious.

If anyone else is feeling like me, I am sure another social media revolution is coming.  It’s time to take this Social Media Experience to the next level.

God Bless Social Media!

Becoming an internet noob…again.

I’ve spent the last few years building the web kingdoms of others at the expense of my own personal web presence. This blog charts my journey through the online content that I find interesting. This is my way of stopping to smell some online roses.

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