Privacy is dead, and social media hold smoking gun

As he tweets out his latest story to his 1.1 million Twitter followers, does David Pogue need The New York Times, or does The New York Times need David Pogue? And what becomes of the newly unemployed journalist who doesn’t set up a Twitter account…

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As he tweets out his latest story to his 1.1 million Twitter followers, does David Pogue need The New York Times, or does The New York Times need David Pogue? And what becomes of the newly unemployed journalist who doesn’t set up a Twitter account like Pogue, who has posted more than 2,000 tweets on technology, fatherhood and other topics?

A remarkable article from Mashable’s Peter Cashmore via edition.cnn.com

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