My Dear Friends,
I am somewhat humbled by the experience I have just have returned home from and want you to know about it. On Monday morning I heard a young man from Japan focus his address to an audience of people very much connected to the world I live in.
Naoki you may have seen in Wretches and Jabberers. He and I both type to communicate because we have autism. Naoki did an excellent job of describing what it feels like when you have words in your head and no way to get them out.
He and I and many of us gathered in that room are connected to a tedious but effective form of communication. The multitude of pleasant outcomes from a conference like this one include better typers, sense of community and trust that people want to get beyond the simple idea that what you see is what you get.
You must keep looking deeper.
I am delighted you are reading this and hope you easily return again and again for castaway-no-longer advice from a communication strategist who will keep getting his words out there.
Love time and it will love you back.
the eternal optimist