I haven’t been blogging much lately.
I really don’t have much to say. Also, I prefer to spend less time in front of a computer screen and more time outside when the weather is so good. And I think I have a touch of social networking fatigue.
There is the blog, which I enjoy keeping up. Then there’s Facebook, to which I post the blog, and keep in touch with old friends. There’s LinkedIn, which I have little use for. Then came Twitter, which I find has value in bringing me up to speed quickly on the day’s events. Those, I could juggle.
But now I have two new additions. At the behest of my employer, there is now a Gerry Brooks, NBC Connecticut page. You should visit it and click “Like,” because my boss will like that. I’ve been diverting some of my attention to that, at the expense of blog and Twitter time.
And an old friend just sucked me into Google+, which is Google’s run at Facebook. I don’t fully understand it yet, and I don’t know when I’ll find the time to figure it out.
That is a lot of social networking. And the truth is…
I’m really not that social.