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Links 1 through 10 of 70 by Kevin Lim tagged networks

JUlie Cohen discusses her upcoming book, The Networked Self: Copyright, Privacy, and the Production of Networked Space. Teaches intellectual property law and privacy law, with particular focus on copyright and on the intersection of copyright and privacy rights in the networked information society.

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Anil Dash compares organic vs. inflated followers after being on Twitter's Suggested User list. Bottomline: Most followers aren't really following. (Hmm, what about the 90/10 rule?)

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In May 1845, the revolutionary technology of the day was not the internet—but the electric telegraph.

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"In a paper currently under review, the three argue that not only are business gurus bad at identifying the causes of success, they have no way of telling true greatness from mere luck - if enough people are flipping coins, someone is likely to string together an impressive run of heads. "

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URL shorteners like TinyURL = BAD! Makes web fragile, promotes spam, ruins googlejuice, opens security vulnerabilities.

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This article deals with an emerging type of social capital which is labeled as ‘network capital’. It is formed from collaborative practices emerging from e-enabled human networks. It is proposed that network capital is a specific type of social capital in the Network Society, and that it holds significant value for the advancement of human development around the world.

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Digital Youth Network gives students tools to be engaged, articulate, critical and collaborative. Facilitate the ability to become creators – designers, builders & innovators – who can envision new possibilities.

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Bloggers who exhibit both extraversion and self-disclosure traits tend to maintain larger strong-tie social networks and are more likely to appropriate blogs to support those relationships. Age, gender, and education have no relationship to network size, blog content, or the use of blogs as a relationship maintenance tool.

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Academics who use fashionable "buzzwords" in their research papers could enhance their reputations as their work is cited more often by their peers, a new study suggests.

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A pretty useful service which lets you know if a site is really down, and if so, to help yo figure out where.

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