You know it is bound to happen. Someone will post a blog using the lunar eclipse that went across North America this morning as the backdrop for something about social media. It is just too easy. An most of you…OK, all of you…will go over there and see if there was something relevant.
You probably will see advice from such titles as… How Social Media Influenced the Lunar Eclipse… or…The Lunar Eclipse Would Never Have Happen Without Social Media.
Of course there will probably be blogs written with titles like…How You Can Make Money From the Lunar Eclipse or Cash In On Your Own Lunar Eclipse.
I would not be surprised that people on Facebook will start posting cartoon characters to raise awareness for the Lunar Eclipse and don’t get me started with the #hashtags and chats that will be started on Twitter concerning the Moon going dark.
I am sure most people will check out the announcement of..Facebook Releases Lunar Eclipse App along with the Facebook Games…Moonville MoonMe. Yes, I am sure there will be even a blog on How Twitter Caused Lunar Eclipse. And the list of what we could see after the Lunar Eclipse goes on and on. Isn’t social media wonderful?
Unfortunately, all of the above titles were just my thoughts on what we will probably will see popping up allover the place. Then again, we may not. However, either way, we can honestly say if someone does post blogs on these titles, or others, we have survived through the Dark Ages of Social Media. Pun fully intended.