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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

When friends are not near, and questionably dear


Welcome to the 21st century definition of friendship, where digital connections are replacing the in-the-flesh kind. It's a world where people use social networking sites such as MySpace (110 million users) and Facebook (50 million) to proclaim who they are through postings, photographs and music -- and find like-minded people to share their lives.

Users, especially teens and 20-somethings, create avatars in virtual landscapes such as Second Life and form real-life bonds with digitized projections of strangers. They use text-messaging, Web chat rooms and e-mail to keep up with pals instead of phone calls and dates...

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The Emergence of the Relationship Economy features TNNWC Founder, Adam J. Kovitz as a contributing author and contains some of his early work on The Laws of Relationship Capital. The book is available in hardcopy and e-book formats. With a forward written by Doc Searls (of Cluetrain Manifesto fame), it is considered a "must read" for anyone responsible for the strategic direction of their business. If you would like to purchase your own copy, please click the image above.


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