Blogging, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and More!

From  No Silence Here.

Blogging is often cited in the obits of newspapers. Twittering is often cited in the obits of blogs. And now I’m hearing Facebook and MySpace cited as the killers of Twitter. Some soon-to-be freshmen in high school told me last week they’re not on blogs or Twitter. They’re strictly Facebook or MySpace.

And just wait for Wave to ramp up. I think it may eventually kill email, along with marginalizing all of these other communication tools. Ok, “kill” may be a strong word, but the future of communication definitely lies in a One-Stop-Shop, real time type of communication instead of these various distributed and semi-connected tools we’re using now.

In the future, every communication tool will be useful for 15 minutes.

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • del.icio.us
  • Tumblr
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Print
  • email

  • Hungrymother

    For me, fb has killed my blog and almost twitted. I still journal and report trips online.

  • http://www.scottadcox.com/?fbconnect_action=myhome&userid=1 Scott

    My problem with FB is that I don’t want them to control my content…I want to keep it all for myself. I like FB and Twitter as ways to drive traffic to my assets.

    Wave could make integration of all these things WAY cool. Can’t wait.