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Social Networking Presentation At PCBUG, Naples

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* Naples Free-Net
* Social Networking and Social media
* Facebook Privacy
* I am on Twitter, Now What?
* Other question?

Geared towards members in the PCBUG, Naples (http://www.pcbug.org)

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  • 1. Social Networking Presentation at PCBUG, Naples July 2009 Birgit Pauli-Haack   [email_address] www.twitter.com/bph www.facebook.com/birgit.paulihaack
  • 2. Topics
    • Naples Free-Net
    • Social Networking and Social media
    • Facebook Privacy
    • I am on Twitter, Now What?
    • Q & A
  • 3. Naples Free-Net
    • An all-volunteer 501(c)(3) Internet service provider, founded 1995. The organization is based on three pillars
      • Access
      • Content
      • Education
  • 4. NFN in Numbers
    • People
      • Served over 50,000 users
      • Currently 2500 members
      • 1500 Dial-Up/ 320+ DSL
      • 200+ Non-Profits hosted
      • 140 Members DPI-Sig
      • 60 Volunteers
      • Volunteer ages 28 - 89
    • Technology
      • 99.9% Uptime
      • 2 Linux Server
      • 4 Windows Servers
      • 2 spare boxes
      • 2 T1 Lines / 200 dial lines
      • $140,000  Budget
      • $7,000 monthly phone bill
  • 5. NFN Pillars: Access
    • Now:
      • DSL via phone line +  modem + computer
        •   768K down / 384K up
        • 1.5M down / 384K up
        • 3.0M down / 512K up
        • 5.0M down/ 640K up
      • Dial-up via phone line + modem + computer
    • Research into Future:
      • Wireless coverage
        • Hot-Spots
        • Wi-Max
        • Community Networks
  • 6. NFN Pillars: Content
    • Now
      • Community
        • Swap Shop
        • Calendar
        • Organization Directory
      • Non-Profit Presents
        • Clubs & Organizations
        • Hosting & Storyboard
      • Photo Album
    • Future:
      • Mobile Content
      • Aggregated Local content: 
        • News, 
        • Bloggers, 
        • Twitterers
      •   Google Wave
        • Protocol, server, clients
  • 7. NFN Pillars: Education
    • Now:
      • How-To s: Email, Internet Word, Excel
      • Beginners Computer 
      • Walk-in Clinics
      • Digital Photography
      • RSS Feeds
      • DPI - Special Interest Group
    • Future:
      • Mobile User Group (nMobile)
      • Ubuntu desktop
      • Windows 7
      • Cloud computing (SaaS)
      • 501 Club SWFL
  • 8. NFN Services
      • Membership with free dial-up access:
        • Standard Account (any $ amount donation)
        • Premium Account (min. donation $60 /year)*
      • DSL 
        • Premium Account + Modem + Montly fees
        • Depending on speed: $24 - $40 (+ taxes)*
      • Domain & Web Hosting 
        • $75 /year*
        • non-commercial
        • HTML +FTP, Storyboard, Front-page Extensions
    •  
    • * as of July 15, 2009
  • 9. NFN Premium Services 
    •  
    •  
    •  
    •  
    • Add-on Services for Premium Accounts
      • Accelerator (dial-up)
      • Additional e-mail addresses
      • Webmail
      • Spam Filter
      • Photo Albums
      •                         http://home.naples.net/members/
  • 10. Social Media & Social Networking
    • Social media  
      • is content created by people using highly accessible and scalable publishing technologies. (Wikipedia)
      •  
      • "A category of sites that is based on user participatio n and user-generated content .           They include social networking sites like LinkedIn or Facebook, social bookmarking sites like Del.icio.us, social news sites like Digg or Reddit, and other sites that are centered on user interaction.
      • (SearchEngineWatch)
      •  
  • 11. Internet Usage Statistics
    • Definition of Generations
      • Gen Y (Millennials)-  1977 - 1990 (Ages 18-32) 26% - 30%
      • Gen X - 1965 -1976 (Ages 33 - 44) 20% - 23%
      • Young Boomers 1955 - 1964 (Ages 45 - 54) 20% - 22%
      • Boomers 1946 - 1954 (Ages 55 - 63) 13% - 13%
      • Silent Generation1937 - 1945 (Ages (64 - 72) 9% - 7%
      • G.I. Generation Born - 1936 (Age 73 + ) 9% - 4%
    •  
    •  
    • 1= % of total adult population
    • 2 = % of internet-using population
  • 12.  
  • 13. Social Technographics
    • Forrester Research
    • "Groundswell"
    •  
  • 14. Social technographics profile
    • Forrester Research "Groundswell"
  • 15. Facebook Users
    • Stats by O'Reilly Publishing April 2009
  • 16. Facebook   
    • Brent Batten
    • Columnist,
    • Naples Daily News
  • 17. Facebook Privacy
    • >Settings > Privacy
  • 18. Facebook  Privacy
    •  
  • 19. Facebook Privacy
    • Edit Custom Settings
  • 20. Facebook Privacy
    • Under Photos: Edit Privacy 
    • for Photo Albums
  • 21. I'm On Twitter, Now What?
    • What is Twitter?
    • - microblogging in 140 characters
    • - public Instant messaging
    • - News Feeds
    • - Livestream
    • - Broadcast channel
    • - Many different things to different people
  • 22. I'm on Twitter, Now What?
    • The abandon rate around 60%
    •  
    • Inactive' users,
      • 56% not following anyone, 
      • 55% never tweeted, 
      • 53% no followers
    •  
    •  
    • Taking a tour
  • 23. I'm On Twitter Now What?
    • "Follow" recommendations are marked with an '@' sign, followed by a short name. This is the syntax convention when referring to a person's twitter account. This blog's twitter account is @bph  
    •  
    • "Follow" - "Friends" is asynchronous. You don't have to follow someone in order for his/her to see your tweets.
    •  
    • Hashtags = topics to collect all tweets for 'search'
    • #swfl
    • #iranelection
    • #iogoogle
    • @ Reply's = public
    • d Direct message = private
  • 24. I'm on Twitter, Now What?
    • Augment Web experience with Twitter Tools
    • - Tweetdeck www.tweetdeck.com
    • - Seesmic - www.seesmic.com
    •  
    •  
    •  
    •  
    • http://mashable.com/guidebook/twitter/
  • 25. I'm On Twitter Now What?
    • If you are interested in technology news, follow @mashable or @techcrunch and or @CNETnews and @Wired I have found http://www.muckrack.com/ to be a great resource for finding journalists online. MuckRack is a directory of journalists that are on twitter, and it follows them providing a twitter stream outside of the twitter website.
    •  
    • Shorten URL: www.bit.ly or www.cli.gs or www.tinyurl.com
  • 26. Question & Answers
      • Naples Free-Net
      • Social Networking and Social media
      • Facebook Privacy
      • I am on Twitter, Now What?
      • Other question?
    •  
    • Web sites: 
    • socialmedidatechnology.blogspot.com 
    • www.naples.net
    • Contact me anytime:
          • www.twitter.com/bph
          • www.facebook.com/birgit.paulihaack