We’re on the Internet to find old friends and make new ones who share our interests: books, writing, cooking, crafts, work, politics, humor, parenting, travel. The merging of traditional content and new formats feels seamless.
Except when it doesn’t.
At certain times, and winter break is one of those times, being on the Internet is at odds with life. Creating “content” doesn’t seem equal to the occasion. Being with friends and family does.
Thank you for visiting me here, have a happy new year, and please come back January 4 when I’ll resume blogging twice weekly about life, work and the Internet.