Aug 14, 2011

Maybe a little social-media fatigue isn’t such a bad idea
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

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As Google tries to boost its social market share with its new Google+ network — which just got some Facebook-style games designed to increase engagement — and Twitter adding new activity streams to pull users in, and Facebook trying to become the one network that rules them all, social-media fatigue seems to be an increasingly likely outcome.

Some are already complaining about the number of directions they are being pulled in when it comes to social content-sharing, and cartoonist Scott Adams recently argued that all this constant stimulation is actually getting in the way of true creativity.

Are we amusing ourselves to death online, and if so, what is the cure?
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