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Andrew Keen, the author of the formerly sensational “Cult of Amateur — How Today’s Internet is Killing Our Culture” has come out with his next book, “Digital Vertigo.” Andrew’s latest concern is that individuals can’t help but lose their “inner self” when overusing social media. Every sentiment that a human has these days must be validated externally, and this can be disruptive to a human’s personal creative and maturation processes. He argues that social media has us skipping our own personal analyses for Crowdsourced ones off of Facebook. He discusses this and more in a video interview with CNet’s Dan Farber... - Is Social Media Killing Our Species? [Video]
In today's social and mobile media landscape, confusion reigns regarding who in the organization controls the customer conversation: 58% of C-level executives say the CEO is responsible for customer communications via social and mobile channels, but only 28% of middle managers agree with that assessment, according to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit and Genesys... - Brands Unsure About Who Controls Social Media Communications
It’s a given that social media has turned into a great tool for many things. It has become a digital home to advertisers, writers, business’, musicians and the everyday web surfer. But it seems that more and more people are allowing themselves to be caught up in the social media moment and too much of a good thing could very well be a bad thing... - Don’t Let Social Media Stop Your Real Life Existence
Television is still king... so much a part of people's lives that more than half (58%) would forego social networks if staying online meant they could no longer watch television... - What if you had to choose: TV or Social Media?
Being able to actually tell your favorite player that you are amazed by their strengths is a dream for fans. Instead of raving to strangers at the latest bar, social media services like Twitter are letting an increasing number of sports fans talk with the world at large, and connect with other super fans. Ideas like Twitter hashtags make it easy to rally around a team or player and discuss his/her performance. A new infographic looks at the new social media sports world... - Social Media’s Influence on the Sports World [Infographic]
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