The third installment of the thought leader compilation Age of Conversation is here. This year 171 authors have contributed their ideas on topics wherein “social” is ubiquitous: “At the Coalface; Identities, Friends and Trusted Strangers; Conversational Branding; Measurement; Corporate Conversations; In the Boardroom; Innovation and Execution; Influence; Getting to Work; and Pitching Social Media.”
I had the pleasure of enjoying the two first publications, and the honor of contributing on this third one, on the topic of Identities with the title “Our future friends are our objects“, (a snippet included below):
- “A conversation is more than just the exchange of vocabulary language between two or more people. Rather a conversation is a rich exchange of ideas through several languages expressed synchronously and consciously, subconsciously or unconsciously between identities.
What we define as the social web today is not the future of the conversation
. The future of the conversation is everywhere, as digital is everywhere and marketing is everywhere. And our future friends are identities, which might as well be people as objects
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