“They’re killing independent George! And they’re, they’re all in on it! World’s are colliding!”

Ever felt like you have too many social networks? One for friends, one for business connections, one for learning from others, etc.? Ever thought about trying to keep these social networks separate?

It reminds me of a George’s Worlds Collide Theory:

“Theory that if ones relationship self and their independent self met it would be the end of the independent self”

The same thing is happening with social media. Do we want our friend networks to collide with our business network? Do we want our learning network (for me this is Twitter) to collide with our friend or business network?

If they do, do we loose our one independent self? Does the work me, the friend me, and the family me all of a sudden become one person? Heck the more important question is do my connections in these different groups even want to know about my other worlds?

Do my Linkedin connections care that I just made a new friend on Facebook? Do my Facebook friends care that I just replied to @jasonfalls and asked him a question? Do they even know what @jasonfalls or RT means?

For now I am going to keep these worlds separate. Anyone can find me on any network (some are linked above and below) if they want to get info on that part of my world, but for now, mostly as a favor to my connections they will be separated.

I am sure someday a tool will come along, where you will be able to tell it what kind’s of info you want from your various connections, but for now let’s avoid the colliding of the worlds. Look what it did to George, his fiancee ended up dieing.

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