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The talk I gave at Community 2.0 that described some problems with social networking today and how the buidling blocks of distributed social networking might help improve the situation.

The talk I gave at Community 2.0 that described some problems with social networking today and how the buidling blocks of distributed social networking might help improve the situation.

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    What we can take for granted in online communities What we can take for granted in online communities Presentation Transcript

    • What we should take for granted in online communities The building blocks of Distributed Social Networking (DiSo) Presented at Community 2.0 by Chris Messina Las Vegas, May 14, 2008
    • Overview
    • Overview • My background
    • Overview • My background • Enemies of social networking
    • Overview • My background • Enemies of social networking • Why were the silos built?
    • Overview • My background • Enemies of social networking • Why were the silos built? • The web citizen
    • Overview • My background • Enemies of social networking • Why were the silos built? • The web citizen • The building blocks
    • Overview • My background • Enemies of social networking • Why were the silos built? • The web citizen • The building blocks • The DiSo Project
    • My background
    • CivicSpace A network of grassroots political organizing sites
    • Spread Firefox A vast collective of volunteer marketers
    • BarCamp A worldwide community around unstructured events
    • Flock A browser for the distributed social web
    • Coworking A loose network of shared workspaces
    • Citizen Agency Consultancy focused on community “in-reach” marketing
    • DiSo Project Open source, distributed social networking infrastructure
    • Spot the trend?
    • The Starfish and the Spider The Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations
    • Enemies of social networking
    • Consuming Participating Source: groundswell.forrester.com
    • Consuming Participating Source: groundswell.forrester.com
    • Consuming Participating Source: groundswell.forrester.com
    • Enemy No 1. Signing up for a new account
    • Enemy No 2. Adding friends
    • Enemy No 2½. Inviting friends
    • Enemy No 3. Profiling-filling, linking your services
    • Satisfaction
    • Satisfaction
    • FriendFeed
    • Enemy No 4. multiplying inboxes & BACN
    • “Email you want, but not right now.”
    • Enemy No 5. Finding & joining your groups
    • Viddler
    • Enemy No 6. Duplicating content
    • 10 Interesting Things I Learned About Ansel Adams by Thomas Hawk, Some rights reserved.
    • Copyright © 2008, Six Apart
    • Why were the silos built?
    • bands college students professionals All about the niches bitches!
    • everyone! everyone! everyone! (w/ a job) Then niche sites traded focus to serve “everyone” :(
    • System-centric design
    • System-centric value
    • Source: Le Monde
    • Source: Mick Hagen (mickhagen.com)
    • Users are not the same thing as customers!
    • The web citizen
    • the web citizen has identity
    • the web citizen has provenance
    • the web citizen has friends
    • the web citizen has enemies
    • the web citizen has agency
    • The building blocks
    • Activities
    • noun verb noun [context]
    • Chris tweeted Niches bitches! from SMS
    • Chris bought 300 from Amazon.com
    • FriendFeed
    • Contacts, friends & identity
    • Dopplr
    • Pownce
    • Google Friend Connect
    • Messaging & notifications
    • Twitter
    • Brightkite
    • Permissions
    • Basecamp
    • Plaxo Pulse
    • Flickr & Yahoo! Mash
    • Brightkite
    • Fire Eagle & Dopplr
    • Groupings
    • barackobama.com
    • Upcoming
    • The DiSo Project
    • More... http://diso-project.org http://groups.google.com/group/diso-project http://diso.googlecode.com http://ma.gnolia.com/groups/diso http://flickr.com/groups/diso http://slideshare.net/group/diso
    • Me http://factoryjoe.com http://twitter.com/factoryjoe http://flickr.com/photos/factoryjoe http://citizenagency.com
    • Me http://factoryjoe.com http://twitter.com/factoryjoe http://flickr.com/photos/factoryjoe http://citizenagency.com http://vidoop.com
    • End. Neural network images by Mark Miller