Thursday, January 21, 2010

A Love Poem To My Google Reader

With Valentines Day right around the corner, I thought I would get into the spirit. I sat down to think about the things I love the most with respect to social media, and sure enough Google Reader popped into my head. With that said, here is a love poem to my Google Reader:

Google Reader, Google Reader you begin my work day

You inform me, guide me and keep me in tune in every single way.

I can keep adding to you and you never get upset,

You send me to dozens of sites without breaking a sweat.

With you, it's not just listening and reading,

I can use your trends, notes and recommendations in a meeting.

Sure there are other readers out there,

But none come close to your ease or care.

I feel like you know me in every single way,

How else would you always know what to say?

Some might argue that I've created the list, so I shouldn't credit you,

But to them I say "My Google Readers thinks, loves, and feels too."

So just to summarize, I'll be loyal to you because you're the best,

But if a superior tool comes by I'll probably switch, just being honest.

Lets face it, you're great and helpful but really just a tool.

I'm always going to go with what helps me most because I ain't nobody's fool.


Ryan Stephens on January 25, 2010 at 10:48 AM said...

Haha. Too much time on your hands now that you're not managing 3 fantasy football teams. I also have a love affair with my Google Reader as I'm certain you already know.

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