Now that Sage Summit has come and gone, blogs have been written, speeches given, hundreds of Tweets sent and received, keynotes given, sessions attended, planes caught, some not; some were delayed due to weather and were bumpy, others were as smooth as a baby’s bottom.
Going back to the Twitter subject, one day during Summit I received 1,100+ Tweets, isn’t that a bit much? I say yes, how much noise is the human brain able to assimilate? I can’t speak for yours but everything going on around me at Summit the last thing I need Is 1,100 Tweets. I’m not sure of the exact number that I’m no longer assimilating but rather I’m just deleting groups of 10 – 20 Tweets but I do know what the number isn’t and that’s 1,100
Summit was my first experience with social media when I wanted to grind my Galaxy Note 2 into small pieces, get a home phone without an answering machine, no pager. If I answered the phone it meant I was home, if not I wasn’t there, you’d have to call back.
This doesn’t mean that I dislike Twitter; it just means that I don’t need 1,100 Tweets per day so slow your Twitter roll and if you tweeted during Summit and I didn’t get back now you know why.