beschizza at January 21st, 2014 09:35 — #1
fuzzyfungus at January 21st, 2014 09:42 — #2
Are we all going to switch to his walled garden by any chance, because of something something social graph?
dan_tobias at January 21st, 2014 09:58 — #3
Articles declaring such-and-such to be dead are common clickbait fodder on tech websites. They're later followed by other articles declaring such-and-such to not be dead after all. (Another article right near this one in my Twitter feed declared a "resurgence of vinyl records".)
steampunkbanana at January 21st, 2014 09:58 — #4
Just let me know when I can take the mailbox off my house because the USPS is dead again.
jhbadger at January 21st, 2014 10:03 — #5
email is about to die
email needs food, badly!
imb at January 21st, 2014 10:09 — #6
Email is dead! Long live email.
crashproof at January 21st, 2014 10:09 — #7
Great, email can rejoin blogging, HTML, Facebook, Microsoft, the PC, PC gaming, console gaming, rock & roll, every other genre of music, television, film, analog, letter writing, conversation, irony, privacy, Obamacare, cash, print, chivalry, God, and Bela Lugosi.
lolipop_jones at January 21st, 2014 10:12 — #8
What is Facebook? Please send me an email with a description of it.
dethbird at January 21st, 2014 10:17 — #9
Email needs a turkey leg!!
hmsgoose at January 21st, 2014 10:44 — #10
If email is dead, someone please tell all my gd "social" accounts, because they all seem to embrace incessant emailing with open arms...
imb at January 21st, 2014 11:10 — #11
steampunkbanana at January 21st, 2014 11:18 — #12
You missed Generalissimo Francisco Franco.
boundegar at January 21st, 2014 11:25 — #13
chenille at January 21st, 2014 12:29 — #14
Some of this is obviously talking up Asana, but I wonder if some is just a case of businessman perspective. Sure, to me calling something so prevalent a dead technology is just obtuse. But there are lots of people for whom something is either growing and ever-more monetizable, or it has already passed beyond the world as they see it, even if they have it in front of their eyes every day.
ironedithkidd at January 21st, 2014 12:43 — #15
There must be some business/tech journalism ban on the concept of passé. Calling something "dead" must make their inane articles more clickbaity.
fuzzyfungus at January 21st, 2014 13:25 — #16
I suspect that to people who work in, or write about, the side of the tech industry that lives by building and flipping internet bubble companies as fast as possible, anything except growth so fast it attracts oncologists is indistinguishable from death....
hallam at January 21st, 2014 14:50 — #17
I got people telling me that email was dead when I started on the PRISM-PROOF work.
I don't know about you but I really don't want my bank, my doctor or my accountant sending me email through Facebook. And those are the applications where I want privacy.
If I put something on Facebook, I don't consider it private.
knoxblox at January 21st, 2014 15:05 — #18
Email: Because where else am I gonna find a fast, easy way of talking to you, but not wanting to talk to you that urgently?
cowicide at January 21st, 2014 15:47 — #19
Try applying for jobs by giving them a Facebook account link in replace of an email and watch your job prospects go "dead".
agonist at January 21st, 2014 16:02 — #20
"The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated." - Email
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