Social Networking Is a Business

Went to this last night. No discussion of how many different social networking variants there actually are or what the opportunities are in the space. No discussion of tacit vs articulated social networks and the benefits of each. No discussion comparing friendster to blogrolls or about the distinction between articulated meta-data and extended personality as expressed through one’s blog content. Oh well. better luck next time.


One Response to Social Networking Is a Business

  1. Yes, but if we had that discussion it would have flown over everyone’s heads like freaked out geese.

    You know I would have liked it to go down that way. Guess thats why we have blogspace, glad you are in it again.

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