It’s time for another Apple “special event” and the Internet is abuzz with rumors and speculation galore. Mac geeks will stop everything during their lunch hour tomorrow to watch the gadget liveblogs with bated breath, waiting to see the next tech hotness that Steve Jobs trots out on stage.
On the chance that you’re anything like me, you love how Web 2.0 has transformed the world into instant gratification with video. On almost any blog and website these days, videos are embedded everywhere giving the user a “TV-esque” view into the world of others. YouTube transformed this into making video easy to upload and view and thus created a frenzy that has caused the world to never be the same.
It’s really hot outside. We hit 100 degrees yesterday (June 27th) which was our 4th time to hit 100 this summer. Sadly, it’s not even July yet. But one thing we can all agree on, in this time of political debates, technology debates and any other debate… it’s hot outside.
I admit that once upon a time, my Myspace account owned me. Back when our only others options were Facebook, Xanga, or Livejournal, Myspace was the place to be. I decorated my profile, posted the million pictures, blogged the contents of my lunch, and yeah, I posted the infamous surveys.
If you were to have told me, about a year ago, that I would be using social media on a regular basis, I would have thought you were insane. To me, social media was nothing more than Facebook and MySpace, nothing more, nothing less.
OK, so to all my single people out there who think they are ready to be in a relationship, what is really going on? Online dating sites say that 80% or more single people find love on their sites. Now, most of us think “Wow! Maybe that percentage includes me!”