I was sitting at an airline gate when my iPhone beeped. It was a Direct Twitter Message from one of my team. I quickly texted a follow up message and hit send. I had just sent this personal message……. “Are you out of your mind! That may be the dumbest idea I have ever heard!” to the entire world.
At best, the mistake identified me as a novice and at worst a nut case! Those of you who follow me on Twitter (@kendavislive) know I do this on a fairly regular basis.
Don't tell me your going to bite on that?
Every day I see at least one and sometimes dozens of Twitter DM hacking worms that drift annoyingly and temptingly across my computer screen. The worm appears delicious but if I look closely, I can always see the telltale glint of a hook embedded in it’s pathetic little body.
Sometimes the worm has the name of a friend tattooed along it’s side. At first glance it looks so enticing…..
I love ur tweets, but shouldn't u be barking instead?
It is rare that I base a blog on a single question. But the outpouring of response to my blog “Finding friends in a world of fans” got me thinking more deeply about the subject and I am sincerely curious about your response to the question at the end of this blog.
Bill Gothard, isolated four “Levels of Friendship”. 1. acquaintance, 2. casual friend, 3. close friend, and 4 intimate friend.
Here is how he loosely defined each level.