Every now and again I come across an article that helps me answer one of the questions I’m grappling with all the time. This one is about time. Or rather the fact that as social media expands, time remains constant.
My time is still measured by the ticking of the clock and arbitrarily divided into twenty four hours equals a day. Unfortunately – of for some fortunately – it seems that my social media contacts grow every time I open my mail and find more people who want to be my friend, or who want me @knowledgestar to follow them or link up or whatever.
Social media invites have become the spam in my inbox!
The following is a great start to managing all that traffic and separating the song from the static and noise. It was written by Matthew E. May, the author of In Pursuit of Elegance: Why the Best Ideas Have Something Missing. He blogs here. You can follow him on Twitter here.
And you can begin to sort out your social media when it starts to feel like a mosh pit at a very loud and drumming concert.