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  • Blog Post: Social Computing from a distance

    I think we're taking to close a look at social computing to see it for what it really is. Stepping back, it looks a lot like social nets are the next level of internet sophistication. From this perspective social nets are superimposed upon content nets which in turn rest upon an IP infrastructure. Another...
  • Blog Post: Great Posts from Steve on the State of Social Networking

    Microcommunities? Well, of course. And a lot more too. We're just scratching the surface of social networking -- the absolute tip of the proverbial iceberg. http://hubmagazine.com/?p=200 And it's becoming clear we've reached a significant juncture in terms of acceptance. http://weblogs.hitwise...
  • Blog Post: Integration first? Maybe -- but have you done your homework?

    Recently I found myself wondering about a comment from Sean discussing the order in which an organization should implement web 2.0 features . Sean's answer was this: "So, what’s the answer? Simple ( simple to say, not do ). The answer is none of the above . The most important feature to implement in...
  • Blog Post: Social software: people first, activity second? I wonder...

    (This was accidentally published in "note-to-self" form. Excuse me. It must have seemed more than a little incoherent.) Anyway, In a recent paper, The Significance of Social Software, Dana Boyd makes the following point: "While early social technologies were about finding people with similar interests...
  • Blog Post: The quest for the best community strategy

    As I said, I've played online games for a while. Yes, that includes the classics, though I'd rather not talk about things that will date me. From where I stand, online games really started getting interesting with Diablo. With Asheron's Call (or EQ for some) they really came of age. I've played a couple...
  • Blog Post: Struggling to simplify the idea of social filtering

    Damn. It's just not simple enough yet. The stocks and flows discussion was too hard. People still find the idea of anticipating and answering questions before the "asker" has the occasion to ask incredible (as in not credible). So I'm thinking that perhaps we can use the fact that it happens all the...
  • Blog Post: Social Networks are not all created equal.

    From Wikipedia: A social network is a social structure made of nodes which are generally individuals or organizations. It indicates the ways in which they are connected through various social familiarities ranging from casual acquaintance to close familial bonds. Social networks, then, cover a range...
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