Media Snacks, Part 2

Sun, Oct 28, 2020

Bloggers, Conversation, Memes, Social Media

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Yesterday I posted an update to my post, Got the Munchies? Have a Media Snack. I tagged Drew McLellan after the fact, when I discovered his recent post about providing a steady stream of snack-sized messages.

Now I’m tagging yet another person-one who, I’m sure, will make an interesting contribution on the topic-Valeria Maltoni, the Conversation Agent.

Drew and Valeria are two marketing conversationalists on my drastically shortened list of RSS feeds. They make me think.

And this topic made me think. When it comes to media consumption, are we becoming a snack culture? If so, how do we respond? Chris Webb has previously written about the Snack Culture and its effect on his industry, publishing.

I look forward to Drew and Valeria continuing the conversation … and how about you? What’s your take on media snackers?

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Connie Reece - who has written 139 posts on Every Dot Connects.

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4 Comments For This Post

  1. Valeria Maltoni Says:


    Thank you so much for tagging me. I’ve been training on Twitter for short bursts of inspiration ;-) And I already have one idea… look for it later today.

  2. Cathleen Rittereiser Says:


    So great to hear your voice. I can relate to how your media diet has evolved. I try to winnow down feeds and find more efficient ways to read them, but as soon as I winnow, I add more. I liked how you wove in the menu and meal words too.

  3. Connie Reece Says:

    Valeria and Cathleen, Thanks for stopping by — and I really enjoyed both your responses to this meme. It’s been one of my favorites, and I’ve gleaned something new from all the different voices.

  4. Chris Webb Says:

    Hi Connie,

    Thanks so much for the link. I’m glad to see this meme spreading - it’s an important topic for all industries.