“Real” therapists (I am not a licensed therapist, I just play one on web TV) help patients understand that admitting that you have a problem is the first step to recovery.

And when twitter was down for a while this evening, I gotta tell ya, I was feeling the “gotta have my twitter crack” feeling….  Then I wondered, am I addicted to Twitter?  How did I get addicted to telling people what I am doing?  Maybe it’s the ease, the non committment to short spurts, the ease of twittering from my crackberry…..?

I will work on my addiction to Twitter and thank you for your support.

Since I am admitting addictions, I will also admit feelings of inadequacy.  It’s my web marketing therapy couch, right?  🙂

I spoke in San Francisco on Saturday at the LERN conference in San Francisco and my co-presenter, Dr. Ralph Elliott (who is a hoot and half, oh my gawad!  They don’t make ’em like him anymore!) shared the Tiny url tip (takes loooooooooooooooooooong urls and makes them tiny, great for twitter)

And I felt like a major loser because I thought those tiny urls were automatically created by Twitter!  (I know, welcome to 2008!)

Never make assumptions, ask questions, be open to getting web smart, as is not what we know, but what we are open to learning, right!?

I will work on my addictions and feelings of not being all-that and get back to web marketing!


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