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Media Snack Meme: How do you consume information?

Lori Halley 07 November 2007 1 comments

Michele Martin from the Bamboo Project Blog tagged me for the Media Snacker Respect Meme, started by one of my favorite bloggers Jeremiah Owyang in which he asks:

                                                                                     “Do you respect media snackers?”         

                                                                                              Short Answer: Ofcourse!

Jeremiah defined media snackers as folks who consume small bits of information, data or entertainment when, where, and how they want. If you want to be part of their lives you’ve got to respect them. I also watched the video that got him started on asking this question, and thought you might enjoy it as well.

I'm a big snacker myself and here's how I do it:

  • I've been mixing things up on the blog with some interview posts and top ten lists
  • I use a variety of tools such as Facebook and del.icio.us to help me find and manage my information
  • I occasionally post summaries and I use RSS to keep me up to date with all the websites and blogs I read everyday

But I would also like to hear from you! Answer the question in the comments - Are you a media snacker? How do you practice media snacking on your blog, podcast or website?

Thanks Michele for inviting me to add to the conversation! Now to keep the conversation going, I’m tagging Jeff De Cagna, Michael Stein and Britt Bravo

Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot] Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Wednesday, 07 November 2007 at 2:46 PM


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