As a blogger, tweeter, writer and presenter of new ideas and new landscapes I often get accused of saying that things will die – even if I extensively make a point of insisting to my readers, listeners and participants that I don’t.
I believe that nothing dies, that stuff change and adapt but never disappear. It’s like a marketing mechanism for stuff: as new technology arrives the old stuff gets better at doing what it is good at, while the new stuff takes over what the old stuff was bad at.
But there are a great deal of bloggers, tweeters, writers and presenters out there who claim that things have died or are going to die
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. and I would like to challenge them all, to prove me wrong.
So, an encouragement to my brilliant readers, listeners and participants:
Please prove me wrong, and help me create a list of stuff that has died in the comment section of this post.
(And I’ll do a follow up based on the answers)