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I found Naomi's tublr space. Then I discovered she is on myspace. Hmm .. something to research, the cross network effect. Anyone doing it?
Naomi, I couldn't leave you a personal thank you note. So, I apologize. If you find this blog post for some reason, thanks! Let's talk ..
December 18, 2007 in america giving challenge | Permalink
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Hi Beth, the one thing I like about FaceBook is that its managed to allow the cross-effect .. singularly .. its one network that allows me to combine both personal & work contacts
*if I remove the popular/dodgy apps from my profile*
MySpace unfortunately became too much of an artists forum / dating site IMHO, but may still be able to claw back to appeal to people professionally.
Alison Lowndes |
December 19, 2007 at 06:45 AM
hey beth, first starters naomi is awesome and glad to see her one here! also, yes, there is much about cross-platform pollination...and we will see more as initiatives such as OpenSocial and Facebook's API (among others) get us closer to this holy grail of a decentralized (in a third-party container), aggregated Giant Global Graph of online user data (behavioral and opt-in info). These initiatives coupled with the massive widgetizing of the web is pulling down 2005's "networks effects" theories on non-portable social data. anyway, it'll be interesting to see all that happens in the next few months/years!
December 19, 2007 at 12:54 PM
Thank you for the post! The cross-network effect is very interesting, especially as more social networks (and features) emerge. I'd love to chat more...
Naomi Hirabayashi |
December 19, 2007 at 01:27 PM
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