I embroidered this Spock bag for Mason the other day.
I am trying to determine of the recent small trickle of emails notifying me that “XXXXX has requested your trust on Spock” is of merit or just another blotch of Quechup.
So before I beam up or do any sort of social software mind meld, what do I make of something billed as:
Spock is the leading people search application. Spock searches the internet to help you find information about people in your life.
When you join, you can build your network to find where everyone you know is on the internet. Every time you search, Spock will personalize your results to include information that is relevant to your network. You can enhance your search experience even further by establishing a trust relationship with people in your network, allowing you to search each other’s networks for relevant people.
Hmmm, not exactly seeing the sweet spot, can anyone throw some light my way? I’m finding myself just a wee bit more cautious.
So spocking myself finds me in many life forms. There I am following the baseball playing Alan Levine and shoot, Baseball Alan gets the slicker URL, I am http://www.spock.com/Alan-Levine-Is8ay1WP… and I see Mr Spock has mind melded with my blog, LinkedIn profile, and more…. feels weird, like the stare on the bag in the photo.
How many more social networks do we need? They are popping out like pregnant rabbits.
Perhaps, I should just arch upward my pointy eyebrow, and say…. “Fascinating.”
Or, I ought to be out looking for some sort of cloaking device.