A predictable but paradoxical thing is starting to happen with social technology. It's starting to vanish but we're becoming increasingly dependent upon it.
Now, as you know, everyone associates social with the hype of Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, the iPhone and the many other innovations that have burst upon the scene like an alien exploding out of John Hurt.
Today's version of social technology owes it's arrival to the convergent creation of all of these innovations including maturation of the internet, the cloud, increases in bandwidth, etc.
But social technology needs to be defined differently than by the tools that have enabled new ways of getting things done....