I think about going viral, so here’s a viral definition:
Why would I want to go viral, especially during these viral times? Maybe it’s a natural human yearning to be heard, appreciated, and connected with others.
Here and now, I’m good with not going viral and happy to connect with others as best as I can.
Is there anything viral in today’s images?
I think our cat Harley and Michael’s cooking are more likely to go viral than I am.
I doubt that my new song “Vaccinated Women” (to the tune of “Fascinating Rhythm”) will go viral, but I’m still looking forward to performing it this Friday at an Open Mic.
I wouldn’t want that recording to go viral since (1) I just figured out the ukulele chords and (2) neither my voice nor my looks are at their best this early in the morning.
What are your thoughts and feelings about this “Viral” post?
Thanks to all who help me create this non-viral blog every day, including YOU!
I think your video is great .Many people are obsessed with how many tweets or likes they get, and rely on them as a sign of acceptance. It’s not for me to say if it’s healthy, but I do believe that the virtual world doesn’t always define us as perceived, especially if we don’t really know in person all those who follow us.On the other hand, if we did meet al those who followed us, than it would be more gratifying to get their likes and tweets Just food for thought…