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Can we separate the word social from media? Please?

Just a quick post as I found this Paul Ford post while doing research for an-even-longer-post-about-social-media overload which should arrive tomorrow some time. I know you can hardly wait..

Paul's post is titled “Facebook and the Epiphanator: An End to Endings?” and here it is in its entirety. I like it.

Forgot to tell you about this.

Continuing my theme of writing things every now and then I wrote a piece about how social media sees the publishing industry, which is now published to the New York website.

It was much helped along by its editor.

It was a sort of companion piece to this list of people in new media, which, well, when you read the list you realize, it's basically "media" now. We're probably only a year or two away from dropping the "new" forever.

Up next, separating the word 'social' from media. It's all media now.

What happens to Mog, Spotify, Rdio if no one pays for content?

Nancy Upton vs American Apparel: The problem with brands and the social web