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October 18, 2007

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As someone who owns the domain mediasnackers.com I agree wholeheartedly ;-)

DK
MediaSnackers Founder

Yes - it is a meme that has been growing over last few months - call it micro-chunking (thanks Umair) or Mediasnacking. The challenge is to balance input with analysis. I would also argue with you that it is definitely not limited to youth culture.

Things are getting smaller and faster, those who respect the time of others --get the time

And it is up to the individual to know when and which type of byte they are hungry for.

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