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    When comparing web 1.0 to web 2.0, we are faced with many differences in the way they both operate and how we, as users of the internet, operate it. As technology advances it is clear that the internet will advance with it, and thus, the World Wide Web has altered from web 1.0 to 2.0. Here we are shown two images. On the left is the World Book Encyclopedia (during its web 1.0 format) and on the right is Facebook (web 2.0). When comparing the two, the difference between them is clear. With World

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    Data Mining and the Social Web

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    ads more effective. This is a problematic practice because users are unaware that in most social media sites such as Facebook, this tool is used (Jessica Reyman “User Data on the Social Web: Authorship, Agency, and Appropriation”). Hidden deep into most terms of service is the right to sell and mine your information to third parties, because most people are unaware that this is the status quo of how social media and other sites make their money. It presents a potential privacy concern for users because

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    Narcissism and Social Networking Web Sites

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    published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, and it was titled “Narcissism and Social Networking Web Sites.,” written by Laura E. Buffardi and W. Keith Campbell. In the study, Buffardi and Campbell introduce research that examines how narcissism is externalized on a social networking Web site like Facebook (1303). Facebook, the social networking website that was used in this study gives people the opportunity to create an online persona through their own personal Web page. This persona that

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    Something curious is happening on the World Wide Web. It is undergoing a slow transformation from an abstract, chaotic, information web into what I call a social hypertext. Initially, I didn't pay much attention to the Web. After all, it was just a new take on distributed information server systems such as WAIS[8] and Gopher[1]. True, it was easier to use than WAIS, and the ability of Web browsers to display formatted text and graphics with embedded links made it more attractive and engaging than

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    Introduction The "groundswell", which is the term now being used for online social technologies, such as blogs, social networking sites like MySpace, and user-generated sites like YouTube and numerous other online communities now common on the Web, is making a dramatic impact on the way many organizations are conducting their marketing strategies. These online social networking sites have enabled the power to shift from the companies to the customer, this shift in power is being termed "customercentric"

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    access social media sites. This is the number’s language when we toke about social networking web sites, and these numbers it more likely to increase every day. People use the social networking web sites for many purpose such as known the news, have fun or communicate with friends and this is the main purpose. Social networking web sites succeed to grab the people to use it by offering new and interesting features. All that make us do not feel of the time that we spend on social networking web sites

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    The entrance into the 21st century marked not only the commencement of a new millennia, but also the birth of a remarkable social revolution. Indeed, the birth of the internet, the fastest and most convenient method of worldwide communication, has allowed mankind to take great leaps in the field of technology. Communicative technology, particularly social networking, is phenomenally advancing, exponentially reducing inconvenience and providing vast benefits for the new generation. However, there

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    YouGen is a web-based social enterprise being operated as a limited company. It was started in 2008 and aims at providing detail information about micro-generation technologies including their suppliers (YouGen 2010). The website assists individuals in finding and choosing the right renewable energy technologies for purchase. This is achieved by: • Providing compiled research information about a wide range of sources on renewable technologies; • Providing excerpts about photovoltaic systems

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    WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA? • Social media describes online technologies and practices that people use to share opinions, insights, experiences, and perspectives with each other.  Why does the social web matter to the contact center?  Your customers are talking about their experiences and opinions of you—to other customers and prospects. Social media sites like Face-book and Twitter have drawn a critical mass of consumers. Their comments about your products and services are easily shared and visible

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    Comparison of Two Social Media Campaigns

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    Social media campaigns by two different alcohol companies will be analyzed in this report. A comparison would follow after a detailed analysis of the companies’ uses of social media. “Transform Today” is a campaign launched by Absolut Vodka in August 2013. The alcohol company teamed up with artists from all over the world and interacted with consumers via social media. One of the main strategies used in the campaign was ‘#NextFrame”, a collaboration between consumers and graphic artist Rafael Grampa

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