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Shirky: Weblogs and the Mass Amateurization of Publishing

Clay Shirky's writings about the Internet, including Economics and Culture, Media and Community, Open Source
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The Influence of the Avatar on Online Perceptions of Anthropomorphism, Androgyny, Credibility, Homophily, and Attraction

The Influence of the Avatar on Online Perceptions of Anthropomorphism, Androgyny, Credibility, Homophily, and Attraction | WEB206 | Scoop.it
Computer Mediated Communication: The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
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What Designers Can Learn From Facebook’s Beacon: the collision of “fronts”

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The Many Faces of You

The Many Faces of You | WEB206 | Scoop.it
What you tell your best friend may not be what you would tell your boss. Online social networks are finally realizing that.
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All the World Wide Web’s a stage: The performance of identity in online social networks | Pearson | First Monday

All the World Wide Web’s a stage: The performance of identity in online social networks
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Navigating the blogosphere: Towards a genre-based typology of weblogs | Lomborg | First Monday

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Navigating the blogosphere: Towards a genre-based typology of weblogs
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How Twitter Will Change the Way We Live

How Twitter Will Change the Way We Live | WEB206 | Scoop.it
Once just a fad, Twitter is developing into a powerful form of communication. What its growth says about us — and the future of American innovation
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BBC - The Virtual Revolution Blog: The Blog Is Dead.....oh no it isn't, oh yes it is...

(Rory Cellan-Jones is the BBC's Technology Correspondent. He reports across the BBC and blogs at BBC Technology Blog. He can be found and followed as @Ruskin147 on Twitter. The following...
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