I'm going to stay right here.
One of the things that has been disappointing with the development of social media is the way in which everything has become fragmented and dispersed. I have friends that post across combinations of Facebook, Google+, Twitter and several blogs. In addition, nobody is having conversations any more, other than about trivia, because, I suspect, no-one is focussing their energy and attention in one place, but instead are too busy either trying to read what other people write, or to produce writings for others to consume.
This whole thing of connecting across the internet seems to have pretty much broken now.
It isn't just the blogosphere either. Harmony Central was for years the largest music forum on the planet. They had problems scaling the v-bulleting software that they used to cope with the traffic, so made one aborted attempt to transfer the whole thing to another forum package, but it was so badly broken they had to revert. Eventually they couldn't keep the old software running and migrated to another new forum format that's functional, but really lousy *by comparison*. Suffice to say, HC is now a shadow of its former self in terms of posting and content. And this situation is not unique to them either.
Maybe it's part of evolution, but sometimes we're so busy trying to grab something better that we lose the good things we already had.
In other news, nostalgia ain't what it was.