>last week i wrote a post for sparxoo about social media and how it connects us, but also how we organize all this information. it was a hit, if i do say so myself. and i’m proud of my work. i love social media. i love how it connects me to people. i’ve written before about my love for twitter, which many people still don’t understand. i think social media is a powerful force in our society. just look at these stats the the video:
even if those are a little skewed, its still really cool to think that i am playing a part in making a mark on my generation. gen Y is not just a bunch of kids who sit around and play video games and text 24/7. lots of us are out there trying to make a difference and doing what we can to make a name for ourselves, even in this tough time. i’m proud of my degree and my education, and hope that someday soon i can reach even farther and have a large influence on my peers. i’ve tried to take the advice of the many branding/marketing/PR gurus on blogs and twitter to develop my own brand. i can only hope that what i’m doing is right. while i’m here in rochester trying to get my feet wet, i’m getting lots of real world experience in managing time and money, and my life as well. i have a lot to look forward to, and i can’t wait to get out there and do it!