Thursday, December 23, 2010


Thks is the new thank you. Think about the number of characters or all the nanoseconds people save by not typing in the an and replacing the you with a s. What do people do with all the nanoseconds they save using online, real time jargon?

Read On:
Question: If one nanosecond (ns) is one billionth of a second or as one second is to 31.7 years, then how many nanoseconds does a 24/7 individual experience? Answer: A lifetime.

We now live in a fast paced, high speed internet, wireless mobile, text messaging, instant foods (just add hot water), VIA™ society. Technology has driven our culture to the nanosecond. The smartphone you bought last week is already out moded. What you learned yesterday on the Going Mobile 2011 webinar is obsolete. Forget about the great app idea you conceived this morning while showering, someone has already beaten you to market. Remember: Don’t blink or you will miss it. Every nanosecond counts!

Thks 4 reading my post GTG in a ns need my #Starbucks MCAAHNY


  1. Clever take on the new age we have entered! We really do have to make the most of every nanosecond ;)


  2. Yes Melissa, but I want to take a few seconds out this morning to thank you for your comment and continued readership -thks. Joyeux Noël!

  3. Jim:

    And the world of trading stocks now measures its time in microseconds and nanoseconds, and, per this piece, is heading for picoseconds.

  4. For you, I give 30 nanoseconds, my friend. Clever post. You amaze me.

  5. Wow, I guess asking someone for "a minute of their time" will require a certain level skill in delivering the request.