Growing up my math teacher mother always told me a picture is worth a 1000 words so anytime I had a problem with a concept we would draw it out and talk it over. That concept has stuck with me even to my adult life. Whenever I am misunderstanding something I always draw a picture. I'm no artist in that regard, but I'm good enough to get the point across or at least for my son to understand that I'm drawing Thomas the tank when I'm intentionally drawing Thomas the tank. That's all that matters in my book!
That being said, I'm not sure if you've seen how much photo-based marketing and sharing has taken a strong hold in how we communicate and plan things in the past year or so. Pinterest is the fastest growing social network right now. It has come on so strong and basically out of no where. Google+ came out several months ago with a great big bang only to fizzle shortly after the initial release. Yes I have a google plus account, but I couldn't tell you how often I'm on it, but I can tell you I'm on my Pinterest page multiple times a day.
In recent months, Instagram has taken off liken off like a storm, so much so that Facebook has acquired it continuing to skyrocket it's growth. Personally, I haven't pulled the trigger on this application yet, so I don't have personal experience with it. I can tell you that my Facebook news feed starting to have many more instagram photos.
What are your feelings on the development of how social media is guiding our lives now?