Lynette Webb

In Order to Exist Online We Must Write Ourselves into Being

by: Lynette Webb

A few days ago I got 'meme-tagged'... thanks Alan. broadstuff.com/archives/153-Putting-the-Me-in-Memetics.html

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xbox and yahoo games have very different interaction

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avatars roam across other people's wii games

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Most people aren't interested in reunions because they use Myspace to keep up

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if myspace were a country it would be 10th biggest behind mexico

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once used birthday invites as leverage - now its myspace top 8

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The full quote, which I’ve paraphrased a bit above just to make it fit, is:
"As a kid, you used your birthday party guest list as leverage on the playground. 'If you let me play I'll invite you to my birthday party.' Then, as you grew up and got your own phone, it was all about someone being on your speed dial.

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ITV are launching mobile coupons

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OK, so this hasn’t launched yet. But the fact that ITV are serious enough about doing it to have announced it publicly is interesting.

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now you can buy phones for 5 year olds at Target

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I can’t vouch for the accuracy of this, having not visited a Target in years… they don’t seem to exist in the UK. But, I can well imagine it’s true. It’s another indication of how far mobiles are spreading.

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fan sites are like dungeons and dragons 30 years ago

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Hindsight is an amazing thing. :-)
I like this quote a lot, it’s a nice companion to the classic William Gibson quote “The future is already here, it’s just unevenly distributed” (which is still on my ToDo list to turn into a slide).

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Blogs Are Not Important Individually but in Aggregate Are Powerful

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I'd imagine this is obvious to anyone who is actively engaged in blogs, but there are still an awful lot of people who aren't.

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