Those who feel compelled to enlist themselves in every new .fm and .ly get called the “digitally fatigued” in today’s New York Times. And if the constantly pinging inbox wasn’t punishment enough, now there are websites whose sole purpose is to rank how influential you are on the Internet.
With all that pressure, “automation and syndication” are becoming the only options for survival for those feeling forced to keep up appearances (thereby giving the machines endless opportunities to take over). Is there any hope?
- LinkedIn Today: Has It Avoided The Ping Effect? (internetbillboards.net)
- Social networking: How to get on google plus (internetbillboards.net)
- Twitter refuses to close down riot tweet accounts (internetbillboards.net)
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