See on Scoop.it – The Social Web Stephen Dale‘s insight: I’ve kept track of the various iterations of Brian Solis’s Conversation Prism since he first made this available (Version 1) in 2008. This is the latest version (Version 4) which reflects some of the consolidation and disappearance of some brands since the last version. From the article: “For those unfamiliar with The Conversation Prism, it is an evolving infographic that captures the state of social media, organized by how important…
In this Part 2 piece I wanted to look at some of the social ecology trends, and specifically:
– collaborative platforms (or the technology that underpins social networks),
– email (because it is still the biggest consumer of time)
– personal knowledge management (the human algorithm)
– the growing importance of the community manager and the digital curator
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Email is here to stay – long live email?Â Here are some reasons why email is not going to disappear soon: 1. People still send hand-written letters via snail mail, even though they could instead make a phone call, send an email, text message, or status update. 2. Nearly all sites on the web that require registration require an email address. Some are starting to integrate social media into this process (through things like Facebook Connect), but that is still…