Isn't Strange That Sometimes A Good Discussion Idea Never Occurs To You Until...
August 5, 2008 1:16pm CST
...you are just about to log out of Mylot? :) I work on discussions between Mylot and Apsense, so that I have the optional features over there to help enhance my more social discussions here at Mylot... It's simply a matter of convenience for me that I have the option of starting a flat out business discussion at Apsense, as well as dropping in video, music and stuff like that... The funny thing that I have noticed is that sometimes it never seems to occur to me what to start a great discussion about, until I'm nearly about to log off of Mylot to break for lunch or a nap or something! :) I believe that this is due to the more social nature of Mylot, and the converstions always seem to vary so wildly from time to time, that creating a great discussion just might wait to present itself at the moment you are about to relax your own thoughts. Has this ever happened to you guys? I know that it's happening to me right now, LOL! Now what the heck am I going to have for lunch? It will be very interesting to see if this little phenomenon is shared by more Mylot folks out there, so I'll thank you in advance for your comments! :)
2 people like this
• United States
6 Aug 08
Hi, Connie! :) It's good to hear from you, and I hope that you are feeling better!:) It's amazing that the most lively comments-to-be are held inside our own heads, and that they are commplete with a pictured number of responses, too! :) I'll have an excellent "Discussion Episode" that might last for a couple of days, and then when I log in to Mylot, some other discussion comes in to view and completely "whacks " my own episode into the Twilight Zone! LOL!
12 Aug 08
I sometimes wake with a mylot discussion on my mind, I love when that happens because I don't forget it, but if it comes to me during another time of the day and I am not at the computer, forget I forget what the topic is. I might remember it a few days later or it is lost for good. I just hate when that happens.