The new medium of social media demands a new voice – that’s clear. The medium is the message etc etc. And one way media – the tottering dinosaurs of print, TV, radio and even their more nimble descendents, websites and email – look more and more like the forced propaganda of a failing regime.
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Ji Lee, Creative Director for Google Creative Lab in NYC, recently posted an interesting info-graphic titled “10 Levels of Intimacy in Today’s Communication. By the looks of it, he ranks 10 as the most intimate (face-to-face) and 1 as the least intimate (Twitter-which I wholesale agree with). The issue I have is with everything in between.
This is a Shaped Word Cloud created from the text of approximately 84,000 tweets containing the term #iranelection. The larger the word the more frequently it appears in the text.
Last week, Marketing Profs published survey results showing that 41% of professionals using Twitter today think it can provide real value to their businesses.