"Social networking as an activity is one of those ambiguous activities," Conley said. "It's part fun and part instrumental in our knowledge economy."
These networking sites offer participants in the weisure life lots of ways to do business — and to have fun.
—Thom Patterson, "Welcome to the 'weisure' lifestyle," CNN.com, May 11, 2009
Baby boomers need to come to grips with the concept of weisure time if they plan to work beyond retirement.
—Jim Shea, "More Work, Less Fun Ahead for Boomers," Valley News, May 30, 2009
And what we are doing during our weisure time is accumulating social capital and developing our networks.
—Dalton Conley, Elsewhere, U.S.A.," Pantheon, January 13, 2009