Thursday, August 13


something to think about
information overload
just cause it's there, doesn't mean we have to gulp it down


Sheri aka kitchenmaid said...

I hear you and I understand! (just noticed prior to coming to your blog that you're not on Twitter anymore.....coincidence? I think not!) I joined Twitter for the simple joy of keeping in touch with my adult children when they are out of the house; now it seems I have changed my habits and I'm thinking of what others might think of my updates; kinda lost the whole beauty of the 'tool' in that way. I still love reading what my son is doing in OK and that makes the service worth it. I don't twitter in church service though.

Mrs. Mobunny said...

I mainly got on twitter so I could communicate with Daniel and Olivia and one other I have texting on my phone and I'm connecting that way. It's fun to know what everybody is doing off and on during the day.....twitter or text. whatever!!!
and no, we shouldn't use our witty inventions during church.
what bad manners that is.......

Anonymous said...

I linked to this article on my blog in the 'Worth the Read' section, I thought it was really good.

I've decided not to use Facebook or Twitter at this point because I just don't want to go down that road. Blogging is social-networking enough for me.

I sound like an old fuddy-duddy but I don't text or even have my cell phone on. I have a cell phone and I use it for emergencies and free long-distance. I figure I'm not a doctor so I don't need to be on-call 24/7. (o;