I'm not real active on social media, never really have been. Friends are far more popular and better connected just because of their social presence. I love coming up with ideas for businesses and social media tie-ins for campaigns, but my personal stuff just kinda blows. Turns out I would rather work on an idea than spend a lot of time posting about it. How quickly an idea has to be executed also is tough. To be relevant and smart, the work has to be done immediately. I wanted to challenge myself to act quickly on an idea after seeing something that is interesting, relevant and just makes sense. At least try to do that every once in a while. After seeing How post an article on ambigrams, I made my own of the word "print." I animated it (for dribble) and then also did a second version with "magazine" included and replied to How's post. They picked it up and tweeted it out and then Print Magazine retweeted it. I learned a few things from it about posting times, how to engage more over time, etc. Oh and learned a bit about Ambigrams too.