More Linkage

by Greg on February 28, 2010

In response to Simon and Schuster saying authors should blog and use social networks, Joanna Penn posted a great collection of tools to use to help set up an author (or any) platform. Very useful info, indeed.

I liked Mark Ingram’s What Do People Ask Their Social Networks as it gives nice insight into how people are interacting with their networks. Not a conclusive survey by any stretch, it’s still interesting to me and, I think, points to a future of more, not less, social interaction online.

Two articles about publishing and the digital world stuck out to me this week, even though they are not about social media directly:

Richard Herley wrote about his e-book experiment over the last two years, and the New York Review of Books has a “think piece” by Jason Epstein called Publishing: The Revolutionary Future.

As always, if you came across anything wonderful or fascinating this week, I’d love to hear about it.

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