Category Archives: emotions

Twitter makes me a groupie, I’d rather be a friend

I have recently decided to give Twitter a try. Out of curiosity, as I read a lot about it. The most compelling argument to give it a try was provided by Robert Scoble (couldn’t find the original post, sorry) who … Continue reading

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The flaws in web 2.0 and how to correct them part 2

After I wrote my earlier post called “The flaws in web 2.0 and how to correct them” I was surprised by the really positive replies and also the quality of the discussion that seems to have been triggered by it. … Continue reading

Posted in emotions, Facebook, friends, future of advertisement, on-line advertisement, OpenID, sharing, social capital, social networks, true interaction | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments

:-) says more than a 1000 words

Just saw an article about Prof. Scott E. Fahlman. Who? Well, he happens to be the guy that introduced the smiley 🙂 25 years ago. What a powerful 3 key stroke message that was. Is there a single Internet, SMS, … Continue reading

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