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In the end, it doesn't matter what you call it, identity-based networking will supersede vendor-based initiatives and become mainstream over the next few years.
In our world, the as-yet-unmasked Fake Steve Jobs is a shady anachronism in a world where we're supposed to be able to find all the answers at broadband speed.
Were I better with analogies, I'd come up with a clever way to draw parallels to, you know, Galapagos tortoises or coelacanths or those sharks that haven't evolved in six million years.
But in 2007, we have the Google-owned Blogger platform, and instead of Twain's The Gilded Age lampooning the glitterati, we have The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs .
What the Fake Steve Jobs phenomenon has to say about our culture is that perhaps "new media" isn't as new as we'd like to think it is.