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By: Time’s person of the year | Archive of the Great Eric

Sun, 20 Apr 2014 13:44:42 +0000

[…] choice has been met with almost predictable cynicism from the very blogosphere that it awarded. In fact, I looked, and I couldn’t find any bloggers that actually had a positive […]



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By: TIME’s Ironic and Regressive Pick for Person of the Year 2010 | Clay Duda

Tue, 01 May 2012 21:06:07 +0000

[...] what happened? TIME may not have been on the cutting edge of recognizing the power of the people in 2006, but this is clearly a regression into the archaic [...]



By: People Always Protest Time’s Person of the Year Choice | Con Games

Wed, 14 Dec 2011 19:00:36 +0000

[...] an evolution of the Web" wrote Richard McManus at ReadWriteWeb. New media sage Jeff Jarvis wrote similarly, "I suppose I should give Time some credit for recognizing the power of the people. Only thing [...]



By: TIME’s Ironic and Regressive Pick for Person of the Year 2010 | ClayDuda.com

Wed, 15 Dec 2010 15:50:15 +0000

[...] what happened? TIME may not have been on the cutting edge of recognizing the power of the people in 2006, but this is clearly a [...]



By: Al Kratzer

Wed, 27 Dec 2006 16:01:48 +0000

Wow! Hooray for Me! I've been working on my acceptance speech. This is what I have so far: Wow! Time's Person of the Year! And my mom said I'd never amount to anything! Let me start by saying that I was very lucky to receive this honor. In fact, I came very close to NOT getting an award at all. I only downloaded my first illegal video from YouTube last week. The truth is that all great achievements are shared and no one person can lay claim to the complete credit. Therefore, I'd like to thank all of the 150 million little people who helped make my winning of this award possible. I need to mention by name WZUP97, ScottAB, Chairgrrl, 2Bchronic, Deeeh, Shaggy7teen, Playah, Netsoul, PDiddyplus2, HoneyB, MCLMNOP, BaddBrainz, and XPimp. And remember, I love all of you - even when I have to brutally flame you for posting something idiotic on my blog. You mean more to me than my real life family. Together, we share an awesome responsibilty to build from the foundation we've constructed and go out and have an even greater impact for freedom in the world. And there is a lot to do. I noticed last night that none of you have posted that Beyonce CD that I asked for yet. Let's get on it! In closing I want to say that I really do deserve this, even if my MySpace profile is a lot of B.S. and all my Wikipedia posts were cut and pasted from someone else's Web site. I put the ME in media. It is SO rewarding to finally be given my props. It almost makes having my identity stolen by one of my 30,000 MySpace friends worth it.



By: MediaBlog » Als Time 2.0 op de cover zet, wordt het tijd voor 3.0

Wed, 27 Dec 2006 14:35:19 +0000

[...] Het werd zachtjesaan tijd dat Time doorkreeg wat er aan de hand was rond het internet, zullen de technorati - zie bijvoorbeeld Scott Rosenberg en Jeff Jarvis - even hebben gedacht toen het weekblad er met hun ontdekking vandoor ging. Als het magazine nog even had gewacht, was web 2.0 al weer voorbij geweest, over zijn hoogtepunt heen. Er waren zelfs al internetdeskundigen die over web 3.0 (waaronder ook wel het semantische web wordt verstaan) schreven, al was het maar om aan te geven dat de voorganger zijn prachtige beloften ook niet had kunnen waarmaken. [...]



By: Jake

Sun, 24 Dec 2006 12:13:21 +0000

Why is it that every blogger who's been screaming for attention for the medium and the new reality of user/consumer empowerment is now bitching about the fact that the attention is starting to appear? I'm so sick of reading bloggers complaining about this Time cover story. This is a GREAT thing for us all. All of this grumbling reminds me of that high school music snob... you know the guy who tried to get all of his friends to listen to Nirvana before they hit it big, but then laughed off the band as uncool when they did hit the big time. Ugh. Be happy that we're making progress with all this stuff. There's NOTHING bad about this cover story!!



By: Kapil Ohri

Sat, 23 Dec 2006 18:22:57 +0000

Yes it is true that the web 2.0 has empowered the people around the world, and Time Magazine has indicated right that the power lies in the hands of people "YOU". But the real empowerment needs more efforts and I tried to look from an Indian perspective - where we need to improve a lot to make the internet reach till the bottom of the pyramid (society) ..then it will be the real empowerment of "YOU". Check my blog (http://digitaldhaba.blogspot.com/) I tried to raise few questions with respect to Indian perspectives and web.



By: observer

Sat, 23 Dec 2006 04:24:30 +0000

Notice that when you get to the end of the Time article there's no place to comment.



By: PodeCrer » CommentsFirst and Predictions

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 18:38:55 +0000

[...] Time - Person of the Year: You So it’s wise of Time to pick many people. That’s the way the world really works. There are many worlds within our world and many leaders in them. So if Time were doing its job properly, it would highlight a million people of the year. But, of course, it can’t. The form doesn’t allow it. And the form is what led to massthink. But mass is over. And I see this as Time’s admission of that. And so for that, I applaud them. God knows what they’ll put on the cover near year. (Knowing them, it may well be God.) It has always been us (BuzzMachine) [...]



By: “Mass think” over? « The Evening Shift

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 07:47:37 +0000

[...] In his commentary on Time naming everyone who uses the Internet the Person of the Year, Jeff Jarvis proclaims the end to mass media’s control over the flow of information. It’s a line we’ve all heard many times before from futurists like Jarvis who want to believe the world is being dramatically altered by millions dancing on YouTube, but it’s not. [...]



By: David

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 16:49:17 +0000

I had a chance to interview Time Magazine's number 2 editor. I asked him about this. His response -- "I think that this year it reached critical mass because of the rise of sites like YouTube that really took hold. Wikipedia had been around, but this is the year that people really started to understand this new wave of media, what does it mean and how it unfolds...." More here



By: Melissa

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 14:29:30 +0000

Hello, Just wanted to let you know I linked to your blog in my column on CBSNews.com today. Thanks! If you want to take a look, here's the link: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/12/19/blogophile/main2280226.shtml Thanks, Melissa



By: Portland Press Herald OpEd at Maine Web Report

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 13:20:28 +0000

[...] This week we’ve also seen Village Soup, a midcoast-area online and print news company, create a Blog section on their website. And, if you missed it, Time Magazine’s Person of the Year was…You. The issue revolves around the tremendous power and changing force of social media. ( read Jeff Jarvis’s great overview of this ) [...]