Matt Haughey wrote an essay called Why I love Twitter and barely tolerate Facebook. There's no memory at Twitter: everything is fleeting. Though that concept may seem daunting to some (archivists, I feel your pain), it also means the content in my feed is an endless stream of new information, either comments on what is happening right now or thoughts about the future. One of the reasons I loved the Internet when I first discovered it in the mid-1990s was that it was a clean slate, a place that welcomed all regardless of your past as you wrote your new life story; where you'd only be judged on your words and your art and your photos going forward. Twitter is a machine for continual self-reinvention Twitter is a machine for continual self-reinvention
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Digital Primetime Arrives Just in Time to Crush the Net - The Steve Rubel Stream Digital Primetime Arrives Just in Time to Crush the Net - The Steve Rubel Stream The Clip Report: An eBook on the Future of Media In the early 1990s when I began my career in PR there were clip reports. These were physical books that contained press clips. It seems downright archaic now but that’s how I learned about the press - by cutting, pasting up and photocopying clippings.
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