Recently my friend Matthias Lufkens from Twiplomacy ranted about how CEOs started tweeting only after they left the job. Well I feel a bit like those head of corporations, althought I am not remotely one. Great stuff I know, I cannot disclose. Thoughts and plans shaping up, locked in the confidentiality drawer. Being “social-mediatic” can be very frustrating indeed. Perhaps this means I am not my own woman and I signed away too much of what I professionally am. But you can’t cage in a film maker stride for too long, channeling skills towards cosmetic productions and damage limitation goals. Things are moving like the balls in a billiard, chain of actions which will lead to a new constellation on the green carpet, where all my stars are out.