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Our social lives lend themselves to efficient collection of information, shares and broadcast irrelevances. A modernity driven by a real time marinade of electronic information. ...

Our social lives lend themselves to efficient collection of information, shares and broadcast irrelevances. A modernity driven by a real time marinade of electronic information.

I suggest that we live in anticipation of the arrival of information. Work and social divergences have become accelerated, which has created nostalgia for previous unhurried social situations... In short a new social sensibility.

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  • Social competency is measured by whether you are on and whether you are current…
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  • Better living 2.0?& the importance of etiquette
    With Dr Mariann Hardey
    Social Media Analyst
    TedX 2009
    Manchester
  • Coming up…
    1. What makes us 2.0?
    The conditions of a social media-aholic
    2. Individual accountability
    Being always with
    3. The importance of being earnest
    An etiquette 2.0
    4. The longtail effect
    Can we social media-degrade online?
  • The conditions of a social media-aholic
    What makes us 2.0?
  • Everyday
    We get up. We log on.
  • Living in real time
    ‘Everything in the world is now real time… It’s almost instantaneous, thanks to my software.’
    (with O’Reilly; MalcomGladwell, 2009)
    Together our connections offer a new sensibility…
  • always with
    Individual accountability
  • Little black box
    We are used to the information pipeline…
    And this connects people like us to us …
    We assume we’re ‘very good’ information seekers e.g. Google, LinkedIn, Mahola, Twifeed…
    Our networks may grow, but our outlook stays the same
    Automatically self-sorted
    As much as we’re information givers. We are also information borrowers
  • Airing our laundry
    Before: We were ‘ON’; unless we were ‘OFF’
    Now: We’re never OFF
    & it’s hard to disconnect
  • An Etiquette 2.0
    The importance of being earnest
  • Encounters
    This leads to;
    To ensure easeful interaction;
    We are always open
    Interactions appear as ‘lightweight’
    Low barrier involvement
    Personalised
    Friendly – with friends
    Collaborative structures
    Deeper network penetration
    More involved social participation
    New social anxities about ‘missing out’, ‘logging out’ & ‘disconnecting’
  • Social balancing
    We appear to modify social status spontaneously
    This coincides with the application of new rules of presence as part of anticipated reciprocation
    Why?...
    because such balancing = best chance for successful interaction & continued participation within networks
  • Can we social media-Degrade?
    The longtail effect
  • Because we’re always connected…
    I wonder, how long does it takes information to social media-degrade?...
    Old MySpace Profile – 6 years
    Yahoo.com – 8 years
    Hotmail.com – 10 years
    iGoogle’y
    Results:
    9,310,000 for mazhardey
    877,000 for mariannhardey
    Answer: NEVER?…
  • In the rush of everyday life
    We feel obliged by others to follow particular mediated practices e.g. reply to email, Facebook message, Twitter etc.
    Daily life is measured by the information we ‘send out’, ‘retrieve’ & ‘archive’
    Our networks work to ensure our integrity & future exchanges
    Open acknowledgement of ‘the rules’ could have an obstructive effect
  • Thus, our encounters themselves are the most important process
  • End…Any questions
    Twitter: mazphd
    http://properfacebooketiquette.blogspot.com/