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Blogs as dead media
(((I warned you that blogging was inherently unstable. It's built on an unstable platform. How hard is that to understand?)))
(((I love watching these bloggers bemoaning the creaky eclipse and decline of their infant medium. I'm still writing for digest-sized science fiction paper magazines, boys. The dwarf trilobites from a pulp boom eighty years ago.)))
(((Here is Warren Ellis at the yawning gravesite for paper publishing in the science fiction world; print's been destabilized too, it just dies slower because the underlying analog machinery of publishing and distribution takes longer to write off.)))
Link: Has Facebook killed blogging? » ThomasPurves.com.
Have you noticed the blogosphere growing quiet? The pros and the a-listers and the corporate blogs are still at it as strong as ever. But tumbleweeds blow through the empty feed folders of personal friends. Flickr too is fading away. Maybe it’s just summer and we’re all outdoors, as we should be, instead.
But I think it’s Facebook, first twitter, but now much more powerfully Facebook is sucking all that personal stuff, all that social presence and ambient intimacy behaviour and desires (usecases for you techies) out of the blogosphere and in to it’s fearsomely purpose-designed boxy blue and white world.
There’s a flavourshift in the blogosphere. The olde flavour of blogging is leaving us.
When you think of it, (personal) blogs never really caught on anyway.
Compare this one data point, my blogroll: 21 my FB Friendlist: 249
Blogs as dead media. At least as we once (hardly) knew ye.
Blogs are for pros, facebook is for friends blogs dead. long live blogs.
(...) blogging as everyone's preferred method of communication may be over. What's taking its place? Lifestreaming. And don't be fooled into thinking that we're talking just about FriendFeed here - lifestreaming as a format for communication extends beyond just that one social site to encompass an entirely new way to establish your home on today's social web....
(((Tech blogging has failed mankind! Weep, ye downhearted idealists!)))
"More ways we’ve failed you?
"Our commenting systems really suck. I didn’t realize just how badly they sucked until I started using FriendFeed. My comments here are gummed up with moderation, with spam filters that only sorta work, that don’t have threading, and have many other problems ranging from needing to be signed into, to not working on mobile devices very well, to requiring you to enter weird numbers or do math just to be able to post a comment.
What does this mean? Only the most motivated will leave comments. That’s usually someone with an axe to grind. I’m so tired of those kinds of conversations “Scoble, you’re an idiot.” Hey, I already know that, remember my conversation with Jurvetson and Williams? Why can’t commenters be nice, the way they probably would be if they were face to face? That’s cause we’ve failed you. We haven’t moderated jerks out of our commenting system so now no normal person would go close to anything resembling a modern commenting system...
(((Man, that much was dead obvious from day one; commentary was the aspect of blogging that never, ever worked.)))