Tweet this, amplify that, re-blog the other, add your voice to twitter...etc etc etc.
Millions seems to follow the orders, the suggestions?
Are people really that interested or are they simply sending and re-sending the same stuff?
Does this constant social pinging create the reality or is it just so much noise (and forgive the analogy) like teenage girls at a sleep over. The noise is deafening but the content is weak. Each agreeing with the other so they can feel part of the group.
Is it my age when I say if I have a problem with Delta for example, tweeting about it isn't my way to solve it. I'm going to talk to a Delta representative. Delta itself will spend millions analyzing social media and will put help desks in place to respond to a complaint on twitter. So fearful of some random tweet are the corporations of today. Should they be? I know I don't judge a corporation by tweets, does the rest of the world?
Is this really a generational thing?
Maybe I'm just stubborn.