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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Social Networks

Via Michael Netzley (and in particular also the “For Immediate Release” podcast episode #693), I have become aware of a fascinating study of the “success” of social networks (whereby success is measured by size: “Changes may cause users to leave, … Continue reading
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Google, Facebook, Whatever: The internet will route around mainstream / retard media

Great article at confusedofcalcutta.com: open source specifications are now a force to be reckoned with In my opinion, language is the quintessential open source technology (it’s actually hardware and software baked into one — whether that’s brain cells, tongues, voice … Continue reading
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Facebook: The Web App prototype

I think many people look down on web apps — but who thinks of Facebook as a web app? I do! I can’t really tell you what makes a site become a web app, but in my opinion the way … Continue reading Continue reading

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Retard Media: Hubspot vs. Google

As luck would have it, on the one day that I check the New York Times, they have an article (actually it’s more of a classified advertisement, for so-called “SEO agencies”) about what I will from now on refer to … Continue reading Continue reading

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Even though some people think that Facebook is the Internet, most people believe they are smarter than that

Most people think that Google is the Internet.
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Some days are hard, some days kick ass

Things that make you go “hmmm”:
Facebook is pretty uniquely positioned to answer most of the questions people want to ask. Like “What restaurants do my friends like?”
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Do Anonymous Profiles on Social Websites Lead to or at Least Foster Anti-Social Behavior?

I view this as a rhetorical question. For me, the answer is — beyond the shadow of a doubt: yes. I wonder why I seem to be alone in this estimation. The vast majority of users of social websites seem … Continue reading
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The Christian Science Monitor publishes results from a report by researchers who are “not talking about those companies”

The marketing professors at Fordham University maintain that the Occupy Movement has the “wrong target”: companies exist because we shop from them, we sustain them, and on some level we want them to be there. More often than not, we … Continue reading
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Government in USA is seeking to Occupy Google

US judge orders hundreds of sites “de-indexed” from Google, Facebook
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