Tumblr, Facebook, y los blogs

En Techcrunch (vía fernand0)

«It’s important to note that Tumblr is not replacing Facebook; it’s merely siphoning off some authentic liking and sharing, especially among young Americans. Facebook needs to exist because it’s holding down the Mom, siblings, and lame friends part of a person’s social life — the “public-private” life, if you will. As long as Mom sees you on Facebook occasionally, she isn’t going to think to look for you on another site… which paradoxically frees young users to act out on a stage that seems more private to them despite being on the open web.»

Interesante visión sobre el pseudoanonimato (y la pseudoprivacidad) que se respira en Tumblr.

Doctor en Química laser especializado en desarrollo de hardware para análisis. Consultor y Project Manager. Autor de los libros publicados La sociedad de control y La neutralidad de la Red.

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