Culture Design Group
May 19, 2008
You forgot to add, “I have 5,000+ friends on Facebook, 3,000+ followers on Twitter and 2,500 friends on FriendFeed and all I got was this lousy t-shirt”.
Jo Lee says
Very funny and to large extent I agree with you. I saw your twit, linked to your cartoon, got a good chuckle. Not exactly a world-changing exchange. On the other hand, w/o our virtual connectedness, I don’t think Obama would be where he is today. 800,000 My.barackobama.com members = lots of $$.
Wonderful – Love It 😉
Mark Earls says
Love this and the network one. Can I use one for a keynote on Friday? M
Madrugada Jones says
Funny stuff. I agree with you, Jo Lee. Not to make this too political or anything, but I was on a pro-Hillary blog recently where the blogger was bashing Obama for not paying too close of attention to blogs whereas Hillary has meetings with bloggers all the time. And yet she’s still losing. To me, this is a perfect example of being hyper-connected but having a sub-par message. That’s just me, though.
Richard Carter, FCD says
This cartoon reminded me of Charles Darwin’s famous “I think” diagram/doodle:
Sam Radford says
May 20, 2008
Yep. That definitely resonates!
Frank Roche says
May 24, 2008
Hugh, that’s a brilliant observation.
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