Jul 27 Posted 2 years ago
Great post, Shel. And terrific counter-argument. I would also add that when you consider investment into the so-called "collaborative economy" companies like Uber and others, which are highly dependent on social sharing, ratings, and data, then you have an even stronger argument for the resiliance of "social."
Jeremiah Owyang, of course, is brilliant on this subject.
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