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Links 1 through 10 of 99 by Joe Germuska tagged internet

Look at these assholes #internet http://t.co/eVmwvS0i2t

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"Faced with the transformation of the digital, the newspaper industry chose to protect a business model rather than preserve its social function… My fear is that the universities are making the same mistake."

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"The focus on CPM is causing a bunch of behavior that is bad for publishers, marketers, and users. Only by killing it do we have the opportunity to invent our new future."

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'We hear a thousand objections of this sort throughout history: Thoreau objecting to the telegraph, because even though it speeds things up, people won't have anything to say to one another. Then we have Samuel Morse, who invents the telegraph, objecting to the telephone because nothing important is ever going to be done over the telephone because there's no way to preserve or record a phone conversation. There were complaints about typewriters making writing too mechanical, too distant -- it disconnects the author from the words. That a pen and pencil connects you more directly with the page. And then with the computer, you have the whole range of "this is going to revolutionize everything" versus "this is going to destroy everything."'

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"Newspaper dreams of the last fifty years involved luscious department-store display ads and fat classified sections—visions that can no longer be."

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"Banner ads were the bastard product of media companies thinking that they could use basically the same sort of big, boring ad on the web that they always relied on in print."

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"It is perhaps useless to argue whether this is good or bad. Rather, the world is as it is. And Politico seems like a pretty credible version of what the world will be: obsessives everywhere in their particular narrow-focused areas of interest (“silos” is the modern information term), flashing ever more information, ever quicker, in ever shorter bites—the shorter you can make it, the more information there can be—to all the ships at sea."

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I define the statusphere as the new ecosystem for sharing, discovering, and publishing updates and micro-sized content that reverberates throughout social networks and syndicated profiles, resulting in a formidable network effect of movement and response.

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