Representing data graphically is always tricky. It doesn’t help when a journalist misses many opportunities to verify the data, provide context, and ask some probing questions.
The social Web is creating new ways to do important things — like find things, learn things, and trust things. It’s disruptive in the purest sense.
The special nature of Twitter makes it ideal for information sharing, and allows it to exploit the links that matter most for information dissemination — the weaker links in the social space.
The social media world was thrown for a loop when Facebook announced its acquisition of FriendFeed. Even historical villains were upset, as captured in a smart parody video.
When a group of publishers sits down to discuss social networking, there are many insights to be had.