However that’s not going to happen- and it’s ok.
Because a lot of my friends don’t have blogrolls or Twitter, much less understand how widgets on Facebook work.
I’m that friend, not the Token Asian, but the token techno geek.
Besides friends I have made through blogging, I think I’m the only one my many social circles that actively writes in blogs and engages in social media tools like Twitter.
While on The OBX this past year we were eating pizza while somebody was trying to explain what was this new phenomenon called Twitter.
Falkor piped up that I must be on it- and he was right.
Facebook and Gmail is more ubiquitous in our culture, however Twitter and blogging isn’t contrary to what you would believe.
In fact when I hang out with my friends, and they ask, “what’s up.” I’ll just retell stories I blogged about- because I know a lot of my friends don’t read my blog.
Now I have a small audience and that’s really great- because in the end I write in this blog, for myself first. However I do appreciate my audience and I am glad you find me interesting.
I just find it really interesting how my blog has grown to become a good part of my life and while it’s open for the public to consume, it remains largely untouched by some groups of my friends.
Maybe I’m just more plugged-in than they are.