Daniel Sheniak, W+K Communications Guru, exploring the streets of Tokyo in a culturally sensitive fashion, wonders, "in our migration to micropublishing, have we turned our back on macro-living?"
"Has culture shifted its focus from achieving great things to mindless celebrity pursuit (aided and abetted by technology proliferation)? What could the million people on twitter have done other than follow Ashton on Twitter?"
I'd argue that technology provides the framework for us to do great things together - and Ashton Kutcher's twitter-palooza meant 10,000 malarial nets for the cost of a click.
What do you think?