David Gillespie ponders the internet, culture and why “social” media is redundantly repetitive


Found this presentation here, originally published by David Gillespie here.
No intro of mine is needed. From the creator:

The deck covers a lot of ground, mainly from the point of view of where we are right now in the evolution of the Internet and culture, and where I think we’re going. I welcome feedback of all kinds, from bursts of agreement to arguments against each and every slide.

If I have moved the conversation along in even the slightest way, I have succeeded. As always, thanks for reading, I really appreciate your time.

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2 Responses to David Gillespie ponders the internet, culture and why “social” media is redundantly repetitive

  1. Bruce, thanks very much for the link, hope you enjoyed it!

    • Bruce says:

      Not just enjoyed – it brought perspective to a lot of the ideas and discussions that are floating around right now. As you said – moving the discussion forward is what is important. The midnight oil you burned was well worth it.

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