youtwitface fad seems to be catching…

August 26, 2009


Late night talk show host Conan O’Brien coined a phrase for social media that is sticking with me.  He spoke of the future merging of social media giants YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook into “one giant time-wasting website called… YouTwitFace.”  Well, if “YouTwitFace” = all things Social Media, then I’m a big believer.

I don’t mean so much that I feel the need to be an advocate for YouTwitFace.  It’s just that it seems clear to me that social media is only gaining steam.  YouTwitFace has fundamentally changed our world.  Forever.  From this point in history forward, the world will function differently.  And I just want to figure out how to best communicate truth and live the John 10:10 life abundant in this new reality.

Still think YouTwitFace is mostly a time-waster, a distraction for narcissists, or a fad?  Check this out…

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Psalm 24:7 & Luke 10:42 >> Like David, and Mary, I'm in pursuit of my one thing. I'm the Pastor at St. Olaf Lutheran Church in Montgomery, IL. Pastor, teacher, writer, communicator, designer, and drummer. I definitely got the better deal in my marriage to Amy. And I couldn't be any more proud of my five amazing boys. Deeply grateful.

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  1. I’m with you, Josh! As our global world shrinks, we need to find a way to stay in touch with each other better… I also think that teaching our children appropriate use of these tools is very important – we can’t forget how to develop and nurture TRUE relationships along the way…

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