I agree +Colin Hill
social media is
a great way to stay relevant, however, why bring the old version to the new scene?
Break the mold, leave TV in the past where it belongs. Evolve. I have an AP that tells me about traffic and weather...
If anything social media is the place to give something like change a shot. If it fails so the hell what, learn from it and start again.
I will share with you a YT news feed by a young fellow named +Philip DeFranco
For the life of me I couldn't tell you why I look in every now and again to see what he is up to. Perhaps it is his disclaimer that (his show isn't really a show, its just him talking about newzy type things that mattered to him.)
So why should that be important to me? The only thing I can think of is his approach.
Granted his views are his own but:
He has a show that gets 100's of 1000's of views.
He has a loyal following.
I am not saying let's all go to the extreme, but maybe it is time for the abstract to rise to the surface. After all its the ripple effect of those abstractions that seem to bring about the instruments of change.
I'm using experience here as a guide to aid in commenting. As a musician I have had to reinvent my own new take on an old theme but respected the old enough to leave it alone.
Dang folks I gotta say, this place is an incredible outlet for creativity, and genuine thought.+Colin Hill
thank you for allowing me a chance to explore this with not just yourself, but all of you. +++++++++++