This is interesting. A few days ago I wrote a post on Connectivity and the flow of information. It was a somewhat heady piece with lots of pictures. On that day, Ed Vielmetti referred to it in a post about the benefits of proximity.
I received only a few hits from that very appreciated link.
So I'm wondering if there's some sea-change in how we are receiving and processing social media. Perhaps it is simply because airport security is more universal. But it really does seem that there was a lot of social weight or momentum behind the del.icio.us link.
Could it be that social media and tagging are interpreted more as a deed or a gift, whereas blog posts (like this one) are seen more as merely words?
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