In posts related to Afghanistan Phone Number List, Facebook, or any of the other existing social networks or tools, we read about their characteristics, the things they contribute, etc. However, not much attention is paid to a fundamental contribution of microblogging: dynamic signals . (In a post, David Armano reflects on this issue).Until recently, the fundamental communication tool at work was email. What is the problem with the signals we send from an email? That we send static signals in time:
The information we send is out of date shortly after being sent.It does not allow us to convey the tone of the communication. How many times have we had problems with the interpretation of emails. We write the email meaning one thing, and due to the lack of context and what the communication in person provides (body language, etc…), the email is misinterpreted. We usually say that “the meaning given to an email by the sender is very different from the interpretation given by the receiver”.From static signals to dynamic signals Microbloggingtools (Twitter, Facebook status update, etc …), together with technological development (mainly the possibility of connecting from mobile devices at a more than reasonable speed), have enabled us to convert our signals static in dynamic .
The information we receive through status updates allows us to react in real time and modify our messages depending on what the situation requires.What are we talking about? To have information about what is happening at all times, something that gives us the richness of the context .Once the ideas have been sorted out regarding what the change from static to dynamic signals represents, it makes me think about the changes that collaborative tools from Twitter to Basecamp , De Phone Number Wave , and a long etcetera) are assuming and will involve in our day to day.1.- At a professional level :- Growth at a lower cost (still) of businesses at a national and international level.- New opportunities for: lawyers, psychologists, e-learning, doctors, consultants, tele-assistance, etc.- Reduction / end of our presence in the offices and their size.- New jobs?2.- On a personal level:- Relationship with our family and friends (this has already changed).- We will see the consequences in our day to day, of the changes of point 1.This is the positive part. But this is where the twist comes: do you think that so much progress in this regard could have negative consequences?