Pre-tweet. And repeat.

Who needs 140 characters? For the past couple of months, I’ve been lucky to be included in a weekly Haiku exercise. It’s great to see how the people in this Tuesday group see the world through the simple pattern of 5-7-5. It’s not like the addiction that is tweeting and Facebook. I mean, really, how much do I really need to know about the small details of people’s days? I don’t even want to share my own. But hey, we all get to choose how we want to share, with whom, and which

getting in the “mood”

Of course, the natural progression was to evolve from snail mail to e-mail. So as my career progressed, it was easy to fire off a quick electronic note to someone to help put me in the mood. Next came IM, and the constant connection with people in the next office, or across the pond. It still remains a great conversation starter, and does help keep my tone casual. Sure, it’s not always appropriate to be casual. And adapting to that style isn’t too difficult. Today, we have st

If you’re happy and you know it….tweet it!

I know one of the biggest new frontiers that advertisers are trying to conquer is the mobile phone audience. But have you ever signed up for one of those opportunities? You know, where you text a particular message to a particular number. Only to then start receiving an obscene amount of texts with, uh, earth-shattering information. Sure, as a society, we’re more attached to our cellphones than we ever were with bottled water. I mean, seems to me that fewer people are carryin