Cartoonist John Atkinson gently reminds us the seeds of today's most popular social networks existed well before the internet...
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(Cartoon by John Atkinson of Wrong Hands)
I see what the artist is getting at, and while clever, it is hardly comparable. For example, if I use an address book as face book, if I write something in it, all my friends in my address book do not automatically see it. Likewise with a post-it note.You could just as easily point an arrow at a written snailmail letter and call it a phone if you want to go back far enough.I don't think anyone is claiming these are all new idea so much as ways of using technology to share/make it better.
Are you for real Kaz?
Nope. Totally a figment of your imagination.
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