Always On and Loving It…

No, not me. I don’t enjoy being always on. May be it’s simply that I think slow and I need time to think.

So many people ask me why I am not on Twitter. Fortunately or unfortunately, I am not even on an Instant Messenger so it’s a long way to go before I get there.


But sometimes I wonder about justifications of people who are addicted to a service like Twitter. Nobody talks about the cost of being interrupted all the time.

I don’t have anything with Twitter or any service similar to that. I can’t handle constant interruptions for now. That’s just me. If you are comfortable with ongoing interruptions, more power to you. However, please don’t rave about the benefits without addressing the cost part of the equation.

My $.02 of course.