For the past few days, in my "discretionary" time (meaning when I'm not at work), I've been doing the research, writing and editing of my South Bay Macintosh Users Group newsletter. One of our members sent me this cartoon which, unfortunately, is not attributed, but it sure is true about how I feel about you. And, I am including it in the newsletter.
All of us who use computers find communications with our family members, old friends and cyber friends a lot easier and consequently deeper; at least that's my opinion. Now, if all our friends were just the ones who live in our computers, I guess we would need cyber psychiatrists to sort out why. Health is a question of balance, I've always believed.
Changing the subject slightly, have you seen the new Microsoft ad featuring Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates? Personally I find it kind of touching, if not totally understandable, but Seinfeld has always been mostly about nothing--and that's why I love him so. You can see the ad on YouTube or any number of other places, and there is a growing group of critics who seem to either love or hate the ad. You might get a kick out of The Baltimore Sun's David Zeiler at the Apple a Day Blog writing about "Truth in advertising: New Microsoft Windows ad about "nothing."