Mark Zuckerberg delivered a commencement address to the c/o 2017 @ Harvard and it wasn’t terrible.
There were a number of decent nuggets but there was one thing in particular that had me thinking much longer after the address ended and it was this simple idea of a shared sense of purpose.
These two videos were really impactful and made me do some serious thinking about my social media usage and even the software that I choose to use and engage with.
It aligns perfectly well with what I’ve been doing recently, removing things like Twitter and Google+ and I even deleted Tumblr yesterday (didn’t make a big deal about that, but, I had over 2,000 posts there…).
I’ve been on a really good “cleanse” recently, moving a ton of distraction from my life and even dropping entirely such services as Twitter.
The results have been great and the free space that I’ve had psychologically is too good not to repeat. I mean, if you find a great habit to kick then why not rinse and repeat?
Much of my life can be measured by domain registration dates and renewals.
If that hits too close to home… well… then you know what I’m talking about.
I like this:
An incredible reminder and story of how powerful relationships are… even and especially the ones that you make online.
I am biased, though… I do particularly like imgur and it’s one of the few sites that I visit every single day.
This guy gets it: