As you probably know, Monday, December 2 has been dubbed, "Cyber Monday". But is it really as an antiquated concept as buggy whips? I mean, the Monday after Thanksgiving was named that because people would use their work's faster internet connections to do their shopping.
Is that really an issue now? I mean, fast internet isn't just in your home, but it's on your phone. Are people really waiting until they get to the office to hit Amazon?
So, let's repurpose "CYBER MONDAY".
One week from today, Monday, December 2**, post something, anything on your blog. You've got a week. Let's take the internet back from the shopper and the Facebookers* and celebrate "blog world" for at least one day.
Post what ever you want. Even if it's just before/after pictures of your Thanksgiving plate. (American's only. I know Thursday isn't an international holiday.)
When you're done, swing back by Scope-Tech here and post a link.
And maybe catch up with an old friend.
And isn't friends and family one of the things we're all thankful for?
* I know the irony of the fact that I posted this on Facebook, and spend much more time on Facebook than on my blog, but I really do miss the "long form" of the blog.
** Corrected to the correct date, Monday, December 2nd.