- Chris Brogan on possible scenarios 5 years from now, covering social media, media flexibility, networks as computers and network promiscuity, and the future of telcos and cablecos.
- Mitch Joel about what What OpenSocial really means to marketers and the future of online social networks. (Hint, it is about data and access.)
- Carlo Longino about a nice mobile marketing app with true added value for users. (via)
- Steve Rubel helping us with 5 sobriety steps for web 2.0-holics.
- And finally for todays link list, a fantastic Guiness ad that I found here.
Sitting in the sun of our office balcony today, I was very busy explaining to a colleague about joost, about kyteTV, as well as the fact that TV changes and advertising needs to adapt. In essence, I told her, that soon enough regular TV programming will be a thing of the past and that TV stations needs to rethink how they will distribute content (if they want to continue to play a role at all).
And then, right after work, I went to the local computer store in order to buy a DVB-T (digital television) adapter for my laptop, because I want to be able to watch regular television while surfing around the blogs. Stupid, isn’t it?