Ello, good-bye. Stick to @Path or settle for Facebook.

Ello seems to have captured everyone's attention with the promise of a better social network that addresses the challenges facing Facebook for many users. I don't have access to Ello yet but based on what I can glean from the Ello site, it isn't anything to get excited about. Here is an extract from my…

Our hyperconnected social Web can be a desperately lonely place

I think it is possible to be so connected online and be lonely at the same time. We connect to so many people, call so many people "friends" who probably aren't. Although we have hundreds or thousands of "friends", can we meaningfully share our intimate moments, fears and challenges when they could betray insecurities when…

While we are wondering why ordinary users should use Google+

Forbes has an interesting article in which is raises the seemingly perennial question about Google+: why should “ordinary” users care about Google+? The point that no-one is using Google+ isn’t really a good one, however you measure Google+ users, there are a substantial number of people using the service. The challenge is more the composition…
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