It wasn’t Professor Plum in the Library with the Candlestick. So what killed Twitter? Source: Why Twitter’s Dying (And What You Can Learn From It) — Bad Words — Medium A very insightful peaces on the loss of civility, that social media has produces a more abusive and less free society. The broader implications are […]
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Why Second Life failed: How the “milkshake test” helps predict which ultra-hyped technology will succeed and which won’t. – Slate Magazine. Apple Newton. Commodore Amiga. Leisure suits. And now Second life. How do we tell fads from social shifts? Good examination of this.
Yeah, its a repost from March 2011. While its a little rambling, I try and paint the picture is that there is a global revolution going on in younger generations that involves freedom and creativity that is being powered by social networking and being fought by Boomers who want to stay in control.
Rachel Held Evans | Mark Driscoll is a bully. Stand up to him.. Rachael Held Evans is one of those few bloggers who I check in with weekly. Her writing and insights, in my mind, stand out in a heavily populated blogosphere. This post regarding Mark Driscoll is right on target and well worth sharing. […]
Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites Like Twitter – NYTimes.com. As a WordPress user, I find it interesting that for those of us who are serious bloggers, the blog/twitter combo in particular is quite effective in surfing for stories and commentary of significant content. Twitter helps me sift through many blogs by headline […]
Social networking under fresh attack as tide of cyber-scepticism sweeps US | Media | The Observer. I sent this on to Leonard Sweet. I’d bet money that the academics are boomers who struggle to communicate in the digital world. For all the talk of creating isolation, I think its may be as much the growing […]