Social Media: Unlocking the Awesome Potential of Behavioral Disorders

July 20, 2009 | Phil Fersht

Socialmedia-venn After our recent banter surrounding Executive ADD, I thought I'd share this hilarious venn diagram from's blog on social media:

"A gorgeous, 8-color masterpiece which captures ever so brilliantly the three behavioral disorders propelling the continued phenomenal growth of today’s most widely-trafficked social media sites. And at the intersection of the dysfunctional forces of Narcissism, ADHD, and Stalking resides today’s fastest growing social media experiment of all- Twitter..."

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  1. Anupam Tantri
    Posted Jul 20, 2009 11:00 AM | Permalink Reply

    Phil, you forgot LinkedIn. Perhaps you ran out of colors and empty "venns"!!

  2. Phil Fersht
    Posted Jul 24, 2009 01:40 AM | Permalink Reply


    Ask the guys... I'd have it in there. However, people tend to use LinkedIn as more of a professional-connections database and networking tool, than an active social tool where they interact "real time". It's also not as cool or personable as Twitter or Facebook, despite being incredibly useful :)


  3. Vjor
    Posted Jul 30, 2009 01:07 AM | Permalink Reply


    First - I really enjoy your blog! Meaningful insights and fun reading in a balanced mix. Thanks and keep it up.

    Your comment re linkedin - Yes I also see some benefits, and I'd like to hear your thoughts what the good parts are.

    Regards, Bjorn

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