I really like Joseph Susanka’s column for today:
Try as I might, my “Social Networking” escapades are rarely social and even less regularly network-y; more “dialed in” now than I’ve been at any other point in my life, I actually find myself less connected than ever. Rather than an easy opportunity to engage with friends and family throughout the country, new media has become for me an information-induced malaise—a passivity that finds me watching status updates and tweets fly by without raising a finger to interact with them.
I think many can relate. But read the whole piece to see where he goes with it. Lots of insight to our days, and one of his best!