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Thursday, November 23, 2006

A New Holiday Trend

So far no one has called me to wish me a Happy Thanksgiving holiday.

No emails, either.

Instead, I've been receiving text messages on my phone.

The first came from singer Michelle Malone.

I was surprised, but then another came from someone else.

I'm wondering if this is a new trend. I like the speed and convenience of a text message. But I miss the personal touch of a human voice.

I think I'll call a friend or two right now.

Ao Akua,

Joe
www.mrfire.com

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5 Comments:

Blogger Student Entrepreneur said...

Happy Thanksgiving Joe. I didn't realize it's Thanksgiving from where I come from. Enjoy.

Ty Teh

2:27 AM  
Blogger The Roxter said...

Joe, a little belated, but Happy Thanksgiving. I was just listening to the talk you gave at Unity in Wimberly earlier this year. I've been re-reading Attractor Factor and must say it's the most distilled, no-nonsense/non-dogma presentation of prosperity I've run across so far.

The Roxter
Austin, Texas

8:21 AM  
Blogger The Roxter said...

Joe, a little belated, but Happy Thanksgiving. I was just listening to the talk you gave at Unity in Wimberly earlier this year. I've been re-reading Attractor Factor and must say it's the most distilled, no-nonsense/non-dogma presentation of prosperity I've run across so far.

Rocky Hardie

8:23 AM  
Blogger Tim Draayer said...

I definitely agree, Joe. It's allot like the difference between a handwritten letter and an email. I've always liked letters, cards and the like, compared to email.

3:37 PM  
Blogger Jared said...

I think this is definitely where things are going. One of the things I love about text messages is that they need to be concise. I have only 160 characters to send a compelling message to my friends. I was pleasantly surprised with the response from my Thanksgiving text message. 80% of the people I sent it to either called, texted, or mentioned something to me about it in person.

3:53 PM  

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