“words—
lonely written words—are all you’ve got”

—Virginia Shea

“communication happens when I know you know what I know”

—Me

Friends, past and future

Since caving into the Facebook fever and opening an account, I’ve seen the following aphorism (paraphrased) come true:

Facebook is for friends I’ve met; Twitter is for friends I’ve yet to meet.

Next week, I’m gathering together folks at work to have lunch with former co-workers, some of whom I’ve really only met once or twice. Amazingly, we’ve been very in touch on Facebook.
In a couple of weeks i travel to Macworld and hope to run into some of the folks that I’ve been following and who are following me on Twitter.
These are not friendships I could have maintained without the Internet and without social networking sites. Who says the Internet stifles social interaction?

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