Eriz Zorn has some quick interesting takes on social networking. For starters…
1. No, I will not join your network on Linked-In. I’ve drawn the line at Linked-In. I’m sure it’s a fine service and very valuable to some, but I’m already over maxed out on these kinds of sites. […]
2. Here’s a guess as to how Facebook is going to make money: Once the service reaches a critical mass of users — and it looks to me as if it’s close — it will offer one or more premium levels of membership. […]
3. I hate Facebook’s “wall.” Actually, what I hate is how I can’t easily respond to what someone writes on wall on my own wall. Instead I’m supposed to click over to the other person’s wall so we can conduct a “conversation” that’s almost impossible for anyone to follow. […]
Should you post about your routine, daily activities [on Twitter]? I tend not to, but we’ve been involved in a Tribune company round-robin e-mail discussion today about a letter from a reader who argued that too many Tribune Tweeters weren’t coming off like “real” people.