Thursday, May 19, 2005


The means and the meaningless

What do you have to say for yourself? Good question, eh? Seems today everyone is saying what they feel they have to say. In fact, there are people saying things just for the sake of saying things. Though the world has always been filled with people saying things, the new technology has made it possible for every one to publish every thing they feel they should say.

But saying things publicly doesn’t mean any or many are listening. Writing things publicly doesn’t mean people are reading. Communications, though their means be expanded, could be coming to a dangerous fork in the road where the din of the saying makes anything impossible to hear.

Join us on the May 19 program to take some hard-to-swallow reality pills about the means and the meaningless in digital communications. Stop “saying” for a few hours and listen, because if you have a message you are trying to send, it may be more of a mess then anything else.

The Dressing Room Hour is at 8 p.m. at selected stations through Ampcast dot com. The network and podcast show begin at 9 p.m. EST. Check out the stations for live and rebroadcast schedules.

It is time, again, to do inventory on your methods, your madness and your means.

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