I really just lack a fax machine. I was looking around the internet and see that in addition to this blog, there is:
- A Gmail account that is very active.
- A Twitter presence that is reasonably busy but which seems to be more an aggregator than chat.
- A Flickr account that was used for the Christmas photo contest.
- A Facebook group that is pretty much dormant.
Yes, a fax would round that out nicely. And a dedicated land line with the appropriate office staffing to use it. There's probably more web thingies out there. I remember a reader mapping thing I tried a few years ago. I can't even recall where that sat or what the name of the widget was. One one hand it seems a big waste of time but on the other it is interesting to watch how people want to communicate, where the ideas most naturally pop up. Any thoughts on what the next big thing might be, what medium is more effort than it is worth? Right now Twitter seems to rule over Facebook for the ease of use. Email, as always, slips under the radar as the winner and still champion of the internet killer apps stakes. I have been shy of attempting more of a a group presence or bulletin board thing as, after all, this is really all about me, right. I mean that in the nicest way but if this is one person's examination of his relationship with the brewing industry, I really would seem a bit ripe if I thought a bulletin board would augment that.
You know, it's not that I want to do more of this stuff but it would be nice to know if there was another way to use it that created more... whatever "more" means in this context.