Second screen multi-tasking part II: I’m not the only skeptic

I recently posted about second-screen multitasking and my skepticism about the value – entertainment or otherwise – second-screen apps offer, particularly when Twitter and Facebook work so well. Now someone from the inside – Somrat Niyogi, CEO and co-founder of Miso, a social TV app – has, oddly enough, come out and agreed with me.  I don’t think he’ll be making a career change any time soon, but his piece on the subject for TechCrunch is worth a read.

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