33: Fake Thoughts, Fake Prayers, Fake Friends

I rant about the reaction on social media to the Boston Marathon bombing, how most put their ‘perceived selves’ on a pedestal in light of actually grieving a tragedy, the expectations we have towards journalistic outfits compared to the social web, why the news media continually gets facts wrong and how we’re all to blame for it.

In addition, I quickly review Twitter #Music, explain why an individual’s music tastes can’t be crowdsourced, and give streaming music services the most effective marketing message they should lead with in their advertising to the public.

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