We’ve all heard the adage that less is more. It’s a succinct retort to our natural tendency to desire whatever is the biggest, the fastest, the fanciest, or the sparkliest, an effect exacerbated in technology and on the internet where trends are born and die within hours or minutes.
Being as how when I get home, it's all I can do to cook dinner (and by "cook dinner" I mean "mix 2/3 cup of water with cheese powder and add to macaroni"), I'm always amazed at how much STUFF other Dittos manage to do in their spare time.
I can't believe it's been over a month and I still haven't blogged about the coolest project I've been involved with all year (no offense to our clients). My mom, Kristi Andersen, is running for Town Board in my hometown of Cazenovia, New York, and I've been helping with her campaign.
Two short months ago, I was a normal twenty-something who survived the work day by listening to NPR and checking People.com. Then along came EchoDitto. By the end of the first day I found myself slipping phrases like "beta testing" in casual happy hour conversation.