Virtually dizzy.

I was confused.

I stared at an article I was reading…

This should be shared…

The window in the corner kept telling me that people were re-tweeting me, @ mentioning me, and I had 3 DM’s.

My mind drifted…

Then the whispers started…

“It’s a good read.”

Post it on the microblog.

Stumble on your way to the bookmarklet.”

“Who cares? Get back to the +

“Your circles are waiting at the +

“Your page needs it. That’s why no one “likes” your page.”

I shake away the madness for a second, gulp some water, and take comfort in how many people I’m LinkedIn with.

I put shoes on Facebook, play with my circles, and try to categorize my virtually social life.


It’s a text. I should look at the DM’s first… those might be more important.  What happened to those shoes? Did I Facebook them? Shit. I think I pinned it. Wait, that’s what I wanted to do.

If I stumble with the +, it’s because I’m busy posting pins in circles and lists.

Then there’s a knock on my door.  Do people still use those?

It’s the little guy…

vaguely familiar.

I think I knew him in a past life.

The little guy throws a shovel at me.

And tells me I need to digg something.

I’m dizzy.

Which is weird…

considering I have Klout in technology.


11 responses to “Virtually dizzy.”

  1. Over-socialmedialized. Totally a word.

  2. Becky says:

    You just made me dizzy reading that

  3. Jen says:

    Huh, I think that I just figured out what my problem is.

  4. LOL! I know, it’s insane.

  5. Kristeen says:

    I have figured out that I can give, at most, 3 social cites my attention after that I get overwhelmed and can’t even function. Much like this!

  6. The Sweetest says:

    This is exactly what social media does to my brain. We need help.

  7. Minky {moo} says:

    And that’s why I haven’t joined google + yet! I mean I have but I haven’t done anything with it. I can’t focus on one thing mor. I’m dizzy!

  8. I know exactly how you feel. I get lost in the Interwebs …. and then forget my way back to the page I originally started on.

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