www.facebook.com twitter.com thelip.tv BJ Mendelson takes to Media Mayhem to make the assertion that Facebook is "absolutely ineffective," and Twitter is all hype. He also reveals the dark heart of the Huffington Post, the reason Occupy was a fizzle while the Tea Party gets their agenda moved forward (*hint--its money!), and why journalism has become a bad rehash of a few power-users. GUEST BIO: BJ Mendelson has contributed to The Huffington Post, CNN, MTVs O Music Awards, Mashable, Forbes, the Eisner-nominated ComicsAlliance, and other national outlets. He regrets writing for all but two of them. In February of 2003, BJs "Universal Break-up Card" was featured on BoingBoing, Fark, GorillaMask, College Humor, and many other websites. This would be the first of a long string of humor columns for BJ to go viral. BJ was also previously a new media director for a television show that aired in forty million homes through ABC affiliates across America, a syndicated college survival columnist with CBS College Sports, and has been quoted and featured in Newsweek, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Psychology Today, Smart Money Magazine, and other national outlets. He has talked about the myth of social media at such colleges as SUNY Potsdam, SUNY Alfred, Marist College, and the University at Albany, among others. Just recently, he debated the ambassador to Pakistan at the United Nations. His first book, Social Media Is Bullshit was published by St. Martins Press and <b>...<b>
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