Jumping on the Buzz bus

Change — constant change — seems to be a defining characteristic for the Internet.  This morning I got “buzzed.”  Buzz is Google’s answer to Twitter.  I wanted to say, “Hey, wait!  I’m just getting the hang of Facebook. Hold on!”  But I quickly realized that change doesn’t stop for me to catch up.  I think that’s what remarkable about our Be the Change people; they are always looking ahead, seeing what can be done — what THEY can do — to change a part of their world.  They don’t wait for someone else to get a job done, to start a new program, to solve a problem.  They are the instruments of change.  I admire that.  I want to emulate that — so I didn’t hesitate to jump on the Buzz bus this morning.  I want to be a world changer too, and I certainly don’t want to be standing in the road while the bus whizzes by.  Have you been buzzed yet?


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