Brian Solis: “Twitter has evolved into a human seismograph that channels the pulse of business, politics, entertainment, news, and culture into the mobile phones and PCs and defines of our connected society. … Twitter shouldn’t work, but it does. What started as a hybrid public messaging service meets social network, is now a flourishing information network where people connect and disconnect based on interests and fleeting moments of intellectual, sophomoric and parallel intimacy.”
I watched the Canucks defeat the Bruins 1-0 last night on CBC-TV, but didn’t join the tens of thousands of fans down on Georgia Street in celebration afterwards, though. My windows were open, as was the door to my balcony, to let the raw sound into my home. A #Canucks twitter-feed brought in the happy voices.