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Question 1 - No, you used your best judgment based on the context of the person and the situation... you would assume a butcher knows something about meat, right? Question 2 - See answer to question one... this person lives/breathes social media (and lifecasting), they want their name to be out there. Question 3 - For me it would depend on the person, their personality, and how well I knew them. If you question the photo for one second (about being risque) than I would say don't post it. Question 4 - It depends on the setting, if there are 1,000 people in a crowd and you post that picture, there is no way all of them would be aware of you taking the photo. But in a more intimate setting, like a limo (if you can call that intimate), I would say that yes the person should know your taking a picture of them... otherwise it could get weird. Overall I think people need to have a personal "policy" about photographs of them. If they don't want them posted and/or taken, then just ask kindly not to be in a photo. But if you position yourself as someone who is in the "business" of making your everyday life public then, yet another picture of you on a blog, should be a good thing. Just my two sense, look forward to hearing your panel at SXSW - take care.
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I cut the cord on cable right after college (4 years ago) and haven't looked back. The only thing I miss is sports. There are decent "bootleg" feeds out there but ESPN would be the real deal. Initially they could charge a heafty premium for the live sports stream content and I'm sure they would have no problem attracting advertisers. I can see this becoming the decade of user-decided content... what, when and where to watch right at your fingertips... and Comcast may be leading the way. Great post. Thanks!
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David, Thanks for all you contribute to the social media realm. Your posts/articles are insightful, entertaining and informative all at the same time. I have to admit I wasn't a huge follower of yours until about half way through 2009 so I know I have a lot to look forward to in 2010. Thanks for all you do and for coming to Rochester earlier this year, we'll have to get you back here sometime again soon. Happy New Year, Mike
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Dec 29, 2009