I have not been able to post anything new for quite some time now. My entire attention and efforts had been directed totally towards some business establishments and studies. But honestly, I missed blogging. :-)
So here I am with a new thought. A thought that I just bumped into a few days ago while I was facebooking with friends, linking with business associates across the world using LinkedIn or sharing videos on YouTube or tweeting my most interesting activities of the day with twitter. What I just realized was, the entire time that someone spends on Facebook or any other social network, is like an event. You browse across your school friend's wedding pics and you realize you have grown up, you wish people their birthdays, you might have a short chit chat with a friend who had moved far away, you never forget to share your pics when you become a part of any hot and happening event.
People associate you with your profiles these days, the way we update our Facebook pages and the way we go into details of our day to day events, 10-20 years later your 4 year old can see how you used to be when you were a teen, who were your friends and how you fought with them, may be even how you broke up with your first girlfriend/boyfriend. Its like how some nerds used to write a daily diary in the old days which they would never let anyone read.
I wonder whether there will ever be a need for any etiquettes of using these websites...