David Thulin responds to the Media Consumption Diet question by asking what media we produce. I will follow his format.
Yesterday I sent about 40 emails, maybe half of them internal to our company, about half to clients, and a few to other people.
I write on average once a day during the week. I leave a comment or two per day on average, though the way it really works is that once a week I use my lunchtime to read and comment on blogs. My posts are a bit on the long side, but not by much.
I don’t do any of this for public consumption.
I import my blog into facebook, and I write notes and scribble on friends’ walls. This is mostly public media production.
Is that good? Bad? If it were the case that I take in a lot of information and output only quality, then I would look favorably on this imbalance.