I'm intrigued by the reaction that has unfolded around the Facebook "emotion contagion" study. As others have pointed out, the practice of A/B testing content is quite common. And Facebook has a long history of experimenting on how it can influence people's attitudes and practices, even in the realm of research. But why is it that this study in particular has sparked a firestorm?
According to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the company's unofficial mission is to make "the world more open and connected." But there are limits to how open you should be on Facebook and while you might enjoy sharing photos and status updates,...
A good example of having the cake and eating it too... Weinberg both decries the Internet's unleasing of personal knowledge and cheers for it...
"One of the authors of "The Cluetrain Manifesto" says the hyperlinked structure of the Internet has destroyed several millennia of Western thought and aspiration. He likes this, saying it is a better model of how the world really works.
<<Newspapers, encyclopedias, they are just gone, at the touch of a hyperlink,” Mr. Weinberger said. The institutions of “education and politics – they’ll just shatter. How did they get to be so fragile?” With the pained glee of a scientist discovering very bad news, he added, “knowledge for my generation was at the center of the human quest. It is going the way of the recording industry. It is a term that won’t survive the generation.>> "
Does social media cause a more isolated society?DigitalJournal.comExperts say that we are lonelier than ever before, but are social networks like Facebook and Twitter to blame? Or is this sense of feeling alone something that has always existed?
In preparing for our morning show we were doing some research and came across an old story that showed that StumbleUpon was actually driving more traffic than FaceBook in January of 2011 and we wondered two things about that - firstly, is it still...
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