As Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz said, “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” No we are living in the land of Social Media. We are in the age where information travels world wide at what seems like the speed of light. Social media has “blown up” in the last 6 years with the founding of Facebook on February 4, 2004, the launching of YouTube in February 2005 and the creation of Twitter on March 21, 2006, just to name a few. Blogging is the granddaddy coming into it’s own in the early 1990s. Xerox is being pro active in trying to connect to you, our customers, through many different forms of social media. Our goal in using social media is to get information to you as quickly as possible and to keep you in the loop about what is going on in our ever changing business. So how can you connect to us you ask? Well first subscribe to this blog using the subscribe section to the right, see it right over there? → (Ok imagine me pointing to the right.) Just enter your e-mail address and we will notify you with a short and simple e-mail when this blog and only this blog posts a new article. You will not receive e-mail about anything else. You may also unsubscribe at any time, again right over there.→
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Did you know that the first tweet that can be verified was “just setting up my twttr” sent by one of the developers Jack Dorsey at 1:02 pm on March 21, 2006? Do you think in decades to come that tweet will become as well known as “Mr. Watson, come here, I want you.” the first words spoken on the telephone by the inventor Alexander Graham Bell on March 10, 1876, 130 years earlier? And one last thing to ponder, what is the speed of dark?
Until next time “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!” – Wizard of Oz 1939