By Jason Robie
I'm not going to bore you with the details of my interpersonal life over the past three weeks, but suffice it to say there has been a bit of a communication breakdown. Communication, or the ability to express our thoughts into a manner in which another person (or being) can understand, is a vital skill to possess and practice — one that I don't believe many of us has or use today. I say that not to sound cynical or negative, but merely as an observation. You don't get to a divorce rate of 50 percent or more(not sure of the exact number) with lots of open, effective and honest communication.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 02:30
By Jason Robie
There is a commercial on television now, not sure what product they are peddling, that instigates the potential client to buy now. One of the quotes was "140 characters, I just don't get it," followed by a scene with the main character (and his buddy from the earlier phone call) on his buddy's yacht. His buddy asks, "Do you get it now?" I was one of the folks who didn't "get" the Twitter thing and didn't see how it would make any sense. Apparently, at the ripe old age of 40-ish, the service was not aimed at me.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2014 06:05
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