Lessons Learned from myebook and LinkedIn (Joe Wikert’s Publishing 2020 Blog)
Where are the “view comments” and “send to a friend” buttons on my Kindle? They don’t exist, at least not with Kindle 1.0. But why shouldn’t I be able to take pieces of the book I’m reading and send them along to my friends with Kindles for their review? And all those notes and comments I’ve already embedded in some of my Kindle books/newspapers/magazines…why can’t I share those with my Kindle friends as well?
Why Abundance Should Breed Optimism: A Second Reply to Nick Carr (Clay Shirky – Britannica Blog)
Every past technology I know of that has increased the number of producers and consumers of written material, from the alphabet and papyrus to the telegraph and the paperback, has been good for humanity.
The founder of ArtsJournal talks about arts and new media (Crosscut Seattle)
As users have more access to more information on the Web, the sheer amount becomes overwhelming. So increasingly you have to depend on curators — other people — to find the good stuff that you want to see over time. So you find the curator whom you trust.