Wednesday, December 13, 2006

The Social Software effects

... will continue to move in high gear.

And David Teten and Scott Allen of Fast Company see 10 key implications. In no particular order, they come down to the following:

"long tail" | "prosumer power" | "forever beta" | "Pro-am revolution" |"visible dialogues" | "focused social networks" |"sharp communication skills" | "pervasive personalization" |"native computer skills" | "visible professional (in)competence"

Need I say more?

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