An online relationship is a real relationship

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That's a basic principle of social media. You can have a relationship with someone and never meet them face-to-face. But there's nothing like real conversation!

Here's a photo of a "Tweetup" I attended this week at Panera in College Hill in east Wichita. While there was almost no talk of Twitter, there was wide-ranging discussion of social media and how it touches our lives. Fun, inform
ative, and no, we're not all nerds. Though some of us spend a dangerous amount of time online.

This group meets most weeks at different places around town. Join us! A good excuse to get out of your pajamas and stop typing for a while.

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