Push and shove your way to the nearest exits!
I’ve been tagged.
- not in it for the “long haul”
- you want quick, easily digestible bits
- you want to consume it where you want, when you want, and how you want
- you raid it with impunity, and get fat and lazy.
Okay, I added that last one.
Anyway, Jeremiah started this whole concept, which has now been passed from blog to blog until Lauren Vargas ran out of other people to link. Failing to find any others, she tagged me to answer the question: what do *I* do to cater to “media snackers?”
Let’s go left-to-right, starting in the sidebar.
- four most recent posts
- four most recent comments
- six most recent “RazR choice cuts” from the web
This is really just an extension of my del.icio.us bookmarks, coded and tagged just to share here. I called it “Linkage for Thinkage” for awhile – but it is essentially something that made me think, and I wanted to share it.
- most recent Twitter messages (in a custom balloon)
- four most recent posts I wrote for the Now is Gone blog.
It is certainly noteworthy that most all of this content was already syndicated in one way or another. I appear to have been way before my time as a one-man Media Snacking Catering Company. But that’s only my dark side! (Get it?) Let’s get to the content:
- Your Moment of Venn
This classic three-ring circus is an important tool in understanding logical relationships and deconstructing Aristotelean syllogisms. And they are great visual representations. And they are easy to understand. And cool.The Moment of Venn was my first conscious effort to explore a more visual medium and condense a lot of thought and information into a digestible morsel – and then it become the icon for Occam’s RazR. I am particularly proud of PR and the Gray Zone which almost-but-didn’t-quite get noticed, and the Sweet Spot of Influence, which got no notice at all.
- My Quotes
(As a helpful hint, I have taken to employing visual cues to ensure that Snackers recognize the wrapping)
See how easy that is? And My Quotes even have their own feed. How nice!
- Demotivational Devotional
Okay, I admit it. I was just looking for a way to make fun of people. I learned a long time ago that if you make someone laugh hard enough, they’ll forget everyone else is laughing at them too. At least long enough for you to run away. It seemed like a good idea at the time.
That’s an awful lot of stuff that is designed for quick consumption. If I were a convenience store, nutri-Nazis would picket me. If I were a school lunchroom, hippies would protest me. Yet I am manna, concealed in a junk-food wrapper.
So, who gets “tagged” next? Good question. Let’s shoot for some folks that I suspect may occasionally peruse this space: Eric Eggertson, Lee Hopkins, Nicki Faulk, Katya Andresen, Rob LaGesse, and Jason Falls.
Let’s see who can stack up against the Snack Daddy.