Content Fragmentation vs. Social Computing

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Lars Trieloff's presentation "Content Fragmentation vs. Social Computing" at Content Management Arena at CeBIT 2008, Hannover, Germany

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Content Fragmentation vs. Social Computing

  1. 1. Content Fragmentation vs. Social Computing Lars Trieloff - Product Manager lars.trieloff@day.com 1
  2. 2. Agenda  What is Social Computing  Economies of Social Computing  Content as Social Object  Content Fragmentation  Fighting Content Fragmentation  The CRX Approach  Wrap-Up 2
  3. 3. Social Computing Social Software
  4. 4. Social Computing Social Software
  5. 5. Social Computing Social Software
  6. 6. Social Computing Technology Behavior Applications
  7. 7. Economies of Social Computing V =n²
  8. 8. Economies of Social Computing +n )² V = (c
  9. 9. Content is a Social Object
  10. 10. Fragmentation breaks Collaboration
  11. 11. But how to break fragmentation?
  12. 12. Breaking Social Fragmentation OpenID, OpenSocial, DataPortability
  13. 13. ? OpenID, OpenSocial, DataPortability
  14. 14. People are Content (at least in Social Software) OpenID, OpenSocial, DataPortability
  15. 15. ?
  16. 16. Social Fragmentation is Content Fragmentation
  17. 17. breaking Content Fragmentation means breaking Social Fragmentation
  18. 18. ?
  19. 19. The CRX Approach Content Content Content
  20. 20. The CRX Approach Java Content Repository API CRX Content Repository Content Content Content
  21. 21. The CRX Approach Java Content Repository API CRX Content Repository Connector Connector Connector Content Content Content
  22. 22. Wrap-Up  Social Computing: Social interaction to solve “computational” problems  Social Computing lives by network effects: number of people interacting and number of connections  Content is a social object as people and their relationships  Content is related to people and to other content  Fragmentation means locking people and content in silos  Fragmentation reduces network effects  Social fragmentation can be fought using: OpenID, OpenSocial, Data Portabilty  Content fragmentation can be fought using JCR, CRX and Adapters 18
  23. 23. Thank You lars.trieloff@day.com 18

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