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The truth of the matter is that there is no "real" social network. It all depends on what you're trying to measure, what you're trying to do with those measurements. We do ourselves an intellectual disservice when we assume that these different types of networks are interchangeable or that studying one automatically tells us about another. Most scholars get this, even when they're quoted out of context by journalists to suggest otherwise. But I get the sense that a lot of journalists, marketers, advertisers, politicians, and everyday folks don't. This is a problem.
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Doing more with less will be a goal of us all in 2009. Twitter is going to help a lot of people to do more for less. But how can you do this? Especially if you and/or your organization is new to the game? How can you get the reach that you will need to "see" what is really going on or get the help or information that you want? A lot of the recent debate about Twitter has been about "Authority" who has the biggest megaphone. I won’t go into this except to say that what we know about social networks tells that it will be less about you and more about your inner circle. It will not be essential for you to be the A lister nor will you have to have thousands of followers.
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Has social networking technology (blog-friendly phones, Facebook, Twitter, etc.) made us better or worse off as a society, either from an economic, psychological, or sociological perspective? A group of wise people answer.
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"Because we have fewer facts on which we can rely in judging the level of trust we should place in another person, our approach to the formation of an online trust relationship is more progressive than it might be in offline interpersonal relationships."
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Object-centric social networks offer core value, which is multiplied by network value. An ego-centric network, on the other hand, has limited core-value - it's value is largely in the network - making it highly susceptible to migration.
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