Winners and Losers



After reading the chapters in Qualman, what are some of the "Winners and Losers" that Qualman list in the readings? What does Qualman mean on page 116 when he says that "Everybody wants his or her 15 minutes of fame?" What does this mean and how does this really apply to "Winners and Losers in a 140-Character World"? (Be sure to include points from both chapters in your analysis to this question) *Remember to integrate direct points from the readings into your analysis to this question*

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