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Boomers+ Generation Y and Social Networks

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Facebook Is Getting Older and Older

by: Dick Stroud

Just as pressed ‘publish’ for the last item about Facebook, another item popped-up in my inbox. This one is about a report just published by Nielsen (Global Faces and Networked Places). I suggest you have a look at this report.

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Consumers Prefer Social Media to Email, so Should We

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Social Networks and Online Communities More Popular than Email

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Russia: The Fourth Largest Social Networking Market in Europe

We’ve posted in the past about the use of social media in Russia, when Russian President Dmitry Medvedev launched a video blog. But data from TNS shows that use of social media and social networking in the country is widespread, making it the fourth largest market in Europe for social networking behind the UK, Germany and France.

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Examples of Online Communities in the Automotive Industry

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FreshNetworks Social Media Diary 13/2/2009 - Agent Provocateur

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Facebook is the Most Visited Social Network (and Twitter Is Third)

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Identity and Self in Online Communities

by: Matt Rhodes

There are many issues of identity online. For some the internet offers people the opportunity for people to represent themselves in a way that suits them. They can make themselves sound much more exciting than they really are in social networks if they so choose, talking about a band they just love and not showing certain photos that might be embarrassing from the weekend.

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Doing the Math on MySpace and Registered Sex Offenders

by: danah boyd

The Attorneys General - mostly angry at me and other researchers - have spent considerable time trying to publicly reject the ISTTF report that was published last month. This week, I watched as they blasted the airwaves with an announcement that 90,000 sex offenders have been removed from MySpace. This PR campaign is intended to provoke fears in the American psyche, to serve as "proof" that we were wrong.

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