ENTRIES TAGGED "social networking"
The Internet is naturally decentralized, but it's distorted by business considerations.
The frequency of sponsored posts looks set to grow.
A report from last weekend's unconference
Checking in on the state of MySQL.
Contrasting deployments at craigslit and Pinterest, trends, commercial offerings, and more
As people go online, they leave a trail of data that could never be captured before.
HealthTap has revealed two interesting and perhaps unexpected traits about doctors: they will take the time to post information online for free, and they are willing to rate each other.
You no longer have control over where a first impression occurs.
My short story, "Demoting Halder," was supposed to lay out an alternative reality where social tracking and sentiment analysis had taken over society. As the story evolved, I wondered if the reality in the story is something we're living right now.
How a company addresses the challenges of trust, motivation, outreach, and accuracy while creating doctor/patient connections.
I came away convinced that Internet sites — Facebook in
particular — were crucial to the spread of the revolutions.
Sasha Costanza-Chock on why old and new media will continue to co-exist.
Sasha Costanza-Chock explains why both conventional media and social networks are critical resources, and why social causes have just as much trouble as corporations using the latter effectively.