Monthly Archives: February 2010

When social search gets personal: ChatRoulette, Peerpong, Aardvark

A couple of items in the news this week got me thinking about the social search space. But not from the usual angle. We have all heard about ChatRoulette by now, and of the random acts of human exhibitionism that … Continue reading

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50M per day, or pushing the envelope at 600 tweets per second

Twitter is now reporting that 50 million tweets bleep through the grid every single day. It’s a staggering number, 600 per second, of which “approximately 83 tweets per second contain product or brand references (20%)” according to coverage in Readwriteweb. … Continue reading

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ChatRoulette, I’m watching you (watching me)

Thus at bottom the message already no longer exists; it is the medium that imposes itself in its pure circulation … the universe of communication … leaves far behind it those relative analyses of the universe of the commodity. All … Continue reading

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