Saturday, January 2, 2010
More Archeology of Tomorrow
Last month, I brought you Beatles Anarcheology here on Blog Time Passing, and now this, in the spirit of future archeology, directed this time at social networking and social media, and specifically Friendster. I never got involved with the site myself, by the time I got into this whole social media scene it was already on the way down, MySpace was the place to be, Facebook was up and coming, and Twitter was hardly a twinkle in anyone's eye.
Apart from the satire on the ephemeral nature of social media, I do like the way they portray the academic, and the broadcast journalists.