Social networking has already changed our lives; now, officials want us to consider its implications after our death. On its blog, the US government is calling on Americans to create "social media wills," which detail our wishes for the future of the huge range of online accounts we all have...
Social networks have changed the way we work—and live. For example, 18 percent of consumers use social networking sites before even getting out of bed, according to a May 2011 Ericsson ConsumerLab study. They have also changed the w... Read Post
In the world I work in we are forever trying to find context to the technology changes we are living in. This has caused me to do some deep thinking on where social media/networking/relevance will end up on the scale … Continue read... Read Post