Jul 24, 2011

History doesn’t lie: There will never be a perfect social network
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

It wasn’t all that long ago, in the scope of actual years, that we were communicating via BBS. Some of you might remember those. You’d sign in, via your 14.4 modem (though truth be … told, the BBS dates back to the days of the 600 baud modem), post your thoughts and see what others were saying. If we’re going to look at a history of social networksvia computers, then the BBS has to be high on that list.But my how times have changed. As technology evolves, we continually reach into new and different directions in order to find that next big thing. It’s with that in mind that the title of this piece comes into play. There is no such thing as “future-proof”, and that rings especially true when it comes to communication via social networks.
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