What occurred to me today is actually something that occurred to me separately a long time ago: conversations occur across platforms without any of the participants batting an eye.
Ok, in this case I eventually batted eyes, hence the blog post. The other day, Clarence Smith posted this on Twitter:
Being a smartass, I responded:
Clarence responded, seamlessly, via Facebook:
You’ll notice he pointed out to me that he jumped to Facebook from Twitter to carry on the conversation. So, I posed the question to the Twitter network, and here are a few of the responses:
What’s the point? The platform is not only less important than the conversation and the community, but we can take on and dispose of these media midstream. Again, this is really nothing new, but in this age of instant social networks, the shifting from platform to platform is more common, and in my case at least, easy to absorb.
What is your take? Do you have cross-platform conversational experience? Comment below.
Or leave a message on my Facebook wall.
Or ask a question in LinkedIn.
Or use Utterz to post an audio response with photos.