If we haven't already reached a "jump the shark" moment with Twitter, I wonder whether we're getting near.
Not because every disaster--natural or man-made--now elicits mandatory blog gushing about how Twitter left the "mainstream media" in the dust. Not because The New York Times technology columnist finally deigned to get a Twitter account and write about his experiences. And not because another venture capitalist decided to invest millions for a piece of the company.
That's all part of the usual fascination which attends any new technology. But how long before the early adopters … Read more