MySpace is rebooting Paid Members Public
It’s always worth bearing in mind that new developments in the social web rarely completely erase those that went before. MySpace is planning a revamp that looks like a tablet-ready Pinterest for music. [The new Myspace](http://vimeo.com/50071857) from [Myspace](http://vimeo.com/myspace) on [Vimeo](http:
Old Media Is Your "Trendy" Uncle Paid Members Public
There’s an interesting post over on Kottke.org by guest blogger Aaron Cohen that points out that the speed from launch to mainstream media adoption of new social web tools [http://kottke.org/10/05/the-speed-with-which-traditional-media-adopts-social-media-platforms] is growing ever faster. I’ve been chuckling ever since I read it,
Evening "Shouldn't I Be In The Pub?" Reading Paid Members Public
Been *far *too busy today, but wanted to kill the tabs before I headed home for the weekend… - Some [predictions for 2019](http://broadstuff.com/archives/2013-The-Networked-Technology-world-in-2019.html) - Horrible neologism of the week: [twilebrity](http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2010/02/twitter-201002) - Google [beefs up its
Web 2.0 Square: Your Future, Visualised Paid Members Public
I rather like this little graphic from [Ross Mayfield,](http://ross.typepad.com/blog/2009/10/web-20-square.html) based on ideas being discussed at this year’s [Web 2.0 Expo](http://www.web2summit.com/web2009/public/schedule/detail/10194). You can download the supporting report [Web Squared: Web 2.
Facebook: Don't Be Too Web Active, Now Paid Members Public
Here’s a weird thing. An old acquaintance just e-mailed me: > I’m removing you as a friend on facebook but just writing to let you know its nothing personal! You have so many status updates or blog posts every day that like half of my news feed is purely
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