The weather has grounded most of us on the East Coast. I live in New York now; moved from Florida last year. I really thought I had left hurricanes behind when I moved North, but, boy was I wrong. I’ll probably write a post on climate change later. For now, my focus is on social media. I tweeted this morning that even though I may be stranded, I still have my social network!
Everything will be fine unless (until) lose my power.When I lose connectivity, I will probably lose my mind. I really don’t make it a secret. I am addicted to social media. When we lose power, I will have to rely on my people skills to network with my neighbors. Don’t get me wrong, the last hurricane we had in Florida was one of the best things that happened to our neighborhood. We finally met each other because we NEEDED each other for basic necessities. It is a little surreal following the storm with social media. The immediacy of information has made storm tracking and reporting accessible to everyone. Stay tuned for more updates…if you don’t see any… I am networking with the neighbors (i.e. no power.)
While I might be stranded – I am not alone – because… I Got You Babe!