It truly is a small world. Just ask listeners of the Steve & Ted in the Morning Show … in Greece!
My wife’s sister – Tara – moved from Texas to Greece a couple of years ago. Only recently did Tara and her husband – George – receive an Internet connection.
Last week I arrived at the radio station, did all of my morning show preparation, and even voiced a couple of short items. Then my voice left me completely. Ted Woodward and Jad Chambers took over the Steve & Ted Show. I’d done my necessary chores for the day, so I left.
Shortly after I arrived home, my wife and I got a call from Tara in Greece! She wanted to know if everything was alright since she hadn’t heard me on the Steve & Ted in the Morning Show. Tara’s been listening to the show on her computer. She says she likes to catch up on the news in Kansas.
Shelley and I are planning to visit Tara and George in Greece some day. For the time being, we are connected daily by the world-wide web.
Our thought for today is from Marshall McLuhan:
“The new electronic interdependence recreates the world in the image of a global village.”