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Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Awesome @JESS3 Graphic: The Message is the Messenger



Awesome @JESS3 Graphic. See it full size and read the blog post at The Message is the Messenger.

Here's a detailed view of the Content/Media Section:


Content/Media Section of The Message is the Messenger [Infographic]

I'm psyched to be poster neighbors with Jennifer Van Grove, Ann Handley, David Meerman Scott, Joe Chernov and Amber Naslund!

Joe Chernov, Director of Content for Eloqua, just published a JESS3 infographic designed to tease / complement a SXSW panel called, "Media Tomorrow: The Message is the Messenger."

The panel is about the rise in personal brands as a trusted form of media.

Joe says in an email, "the panel is essentially contemporizing the Marshall McLuhan aphorism ("the medium is the message") to reflect democratized media."

I'll have to go to this panel to hear how he gets from The Medium is the Message to The Message is the Messenger.

My brain already hurts.

More:
Twitter list of everyone on the infographic

TAGS:
adam d'angelo, adam singer, Amber Naslund, Andre Blackman, andy beal, Ann Handley, Augie Ray,baratunde thurston, becky brown, beth knater, bonin bough, Brad McCarthy, brandee barker, brett petersel, brian halligan, Brian Solis, brian wong, brooke morland, caterina fake, CC Chapman, Charlene Li, Chris Anderson, dan martell, danah boyd, data visualization, David Armano, david griner, David Meerman Scott, dennis crowley,dharmesh shah, digital media, Eloqua, esteban contreras, fred wilson, gary vaynerchuck, gevrina sefaraj, Gina Bianchini, Guy Kawasaki, infographic, jason calacanis, jeffrey dachis, jen nedeau, Jennifer Aaker, Jennifer Van Grove, Jeremiah Owyang, JESS3, jesse thomas, jessica jackley, Joe Chernov, joe pulizzi, john lovett, Jolie O'Dell,Josh bernoff, joshua levy, justin levy, kara swisher, kevin systrom, Laura Fitton, lee odden, Leslie Bradshaw, leslie poston, Mack Collier, mario sundar, Media, medium is the message, michael wu, new media, Nisha Chittal, ory orkolloh, Paul Gillin, Perry Hewitt, personal brand, peter kim. liz philips, R Ray Wang, Rachel Skylar, Robert Michael Murray, rohit bhargava, Sarah Evans, scott kirsner, Scott Monty, Seth Godin, seth priebatsch, sevansstrategy, SHIFT,Shireen Mitchell, Sloane Berrent, Social Media, South By Southwest, stephanie schierholz, Steve Farnsworth, Steve Garfield, Steve Woods, SxSW, The Blog Tree, The Content Grid, The History of SXSW, Todd Defren, Valeria Maltoni,Vivek Wadhwa, zach Hofer-Shall, Zainab Salbi

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