It’s tough when you know you’re not going to allow for the necessary word count to fully explain a thought or idea, but it’s a fun challenge to say as much as possible, as clearly as possible, in a limited space. The most attractive piece being the lack of pressure to completely fill the empty space. Being tied to a maximum amount of words, created a more inviting environment for jotting quick thoughts. I guess that’s the intent of micro blogging, except you only have a 140 characters, which isn’t quite enough to get 50 words.
A couple of the posts were worse off than the rest (There were only four or five, right?). My Book Meme post not only left off Leah Culver’s Book Meme post , but should have instructed the reader to post the sentence in his own blog; a result of my shrinking the instructions to leave room for my own comment at the bottom of the post. There just wasn’t space to say all I wanted. Anyhow, a Book Meme search is pretty neat.
The second suffering post was that of my Google’s no good at social media post, and shouldn’t bother with acquiring Twitter. Clearly, a point of view that requires a bit of elaboration supporting the claim. Which is to say, that it’s work to write a full entry for such a topic. I’ve put it on my follow-up list, and it involves things like Orkut, Lively, and PicasaWeb. We’ll get there, don’t worry.
I enjoyed it. It was an interesting exercise. I had a handful of short posts I meant to write, but never got around to (as usual). I’ll now be less concerned with my word counts, be they more or fewer.