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Tag Archives: twitter
May 2 2014
Is Twitter an over-inflated balloon that has lost its way? Or is it a fast-growing social media broadcast platform that’s about to go profit ballistic? The answer reveals a lot about the gap between our expectations and the reality of … Continue reading
Posted by: May 2, 2014
Apr 19 2013
What does the Boston bombing tell us about how news is changing? This post was written while it was happening, so it’s a first draft and I welcome further thoughts and feedback. It was an exceptional story but I think … Continue reading
Posted by: April 19, 2013