Thanks, the video was interesting. I have yet to be into messaging in any serious way. On Facebook and Twitter, all I do myself is link my blog posts. I never write. I might thank some group like NASA or ESO which has boosted me in one of their social media applications. If I see something on Facebook, that is where I will thank them. I use the BOINC forums a lot because I spend a lot of time on Public Distributed Computing and Citizen Cyberscience.
I still get lots of email, such as the notifications from this forum and other forums.
We have skype on three computers, we hardly ever even use that.
We are sticks-in-the-mud.
I do not think that anything really ever dies. Not even newspapers. I still read three a day in print. I get tons of news in RSS feeds, seven categories each with its own reader id (news, WSJ, Computing, Music, Jazz, NASA, science). Yet, I still subscribe to and read not only the newspapers, but also some magazines (New Yorker, New York, Dwell, Metropolitan, NY Review of Books, Biblical Archaeology Review, Newsweek, etc).
You know, everything has its place.
Thanks again for thinking of me.
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