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New video: futurist conversations: Ross Dawson and Gerd Leonhard on the future of Twitter

Gerd and Ross Futurists Video Via Ross Dawson's blogGerdTube link.

Some of the topics we discuss include:

“Twitter News Network” or TNN (as used by Brian Solis, first, I believe) describes how Twitter is now a news distribution media, dramatically increasing the speed of news, with most news hitting Twitter within 40 seconds.

TNN will be bigger than CNN, including video and audio on Twitter, produced by the masses with rich filtering

One of the key differences between TNN and CNN is the filtering – there is none on Twitter whereas CNN has editors and verification.

In the decade of the reputation economy we will have more ways to assess news validity, though we will also need more finely tuned senses on what is or might be correct.

Image representing Twitter as depicted in Crun...Image via CrunchBase

Twitter is an ocean whereas mainstream news is a dripfeed so it is more manageable. It is the role of the ecosystem around Twitter to filter the news firehose. Flipboard, paper.li, Twittertim.es, Geneio and so on are seeking to filter Twitter and social media. 

 One of Twitter’s revenue models is charging companies significant amounts for access to the full Twitter firehose, but the ‘Spritzer’ feed of 2% of the firehose is available for free.

 In a world of information overload, Twitter is one of the most useful information sources if you know how to use it well.

For the most current insights and trends in the living networks, follow @rossdawson and @gleonhard on Twitter!

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