As the internet and connectivity continue to grow and develop, it is becoming increasingly easier to say connected with everyone. This is both good and bad. I have little excuse not to be connected, however I do drive and work in several areas where they have no or very limited connectivity. Moments of rest.
I think the overload of connectivity is what has taken me away from Cookenstein for awhile. You just get info/internet overload sometimes, and I am way guilty of this. I belong to too many networks, and keep up with them average to poorly. In fact I just joined Vimeo and am following conversations and watching the incredible growth of Kevin Rose with Digg.
I have followed Kevin Rose's rise from the Screensavers on tech TV in 2001-04, I believe till now. His growth online has been impressive to say the least. This conference he is speaking at, has some simple yet excellent tips about taking yourself from potentially 1 to 1 million viewers/followers. This is the thing that everyone that puts time into their online presence eventually runs into. Will anyone care? And why? Someday I will figure out how to incoporate some of my silly moments into decent onling reading.