This talk gives a brief overview to thinking in networks, and how the clusters and patterns of these nets can inform our ways addressing behaviours on social media. I briefly cover some of the good news and bad news from Facebook research. On the positive side, people who engage the site feel more connected to the wider world and have a better sense of social resources. On the negative side, having all of one's friends on a single site flattens self-presentation into one-size-fits-all identities that can led to social faux pas, self-censorship and social sanctions.
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