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Seminar presentation on Social Networking by Surya Vani at Nyros Technologies on 30 May, 2009.

Seminar presentation on Social Networking by Surya Vani at Nyros Technologies on 30 May, 2009.

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Social Networking Social Networking Presentation Transcript

  • By Surya vani Social Networking
  • What is social networking?
  • Social networking sites provide teens and young adults with a virtual environment where they share stories, pictures, videos, and participate in chat rooms with friends and acquaintances.
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  • By providing information about yourself using blogs, chat rooms, email, or instant messaging, you can communicate either within a limited community, or with the world at large.
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  • Types of Social Networking Sites
    • General sites geared toward teens
    • Schools and colleges
    • Cultures (e.g., African American,
    • Hispanic, European, Canadian)
    • Business
    • Music and videos
    • Sports (e.g., football and golf)
  • Examples of Social Networking Sites
    • Myspace.com - general
    • Classmates.com - school, college, work, and the military
    • Reunion.com - locating family and friends
    • Friendster.com - general
    • MSN Spaces - blogging, networking, and communities
    • Piczo.com - teenagers
  • Facts and Figures
    • As of 2005, there were more than 300 known social networking sites.
    • One in 17 children reported being threatened or harassed while using the Internet.
  • Facts and Figures continued
    • About 45,000,000 American children ages 10 to 17 are currently estimated to be online, spending hours everyday at their computers.
    • 60 percent of teens have received email or instant messages from perfect strangers and 63 percent of those teens responded.
    • At any given time, there are 3.4 million chat room users.
  • Facts and Figures continued
    • 94 percent of young people access the Internet from home.
    • Millions of teenagers own their own blogs. Over half of all blogs are maintained by people ages 13-19
    • 26 percent of teens say the surf the net unsupervised.
    • 31 percent say their parents check their social networkign sites.
  • Data Security Achievement
    • -We request you to always click "LOGOUT" before leaving the admin panel and user panel. This tab is available on top and in menu both.
    • -To login into admin or user panel, one must know both your password and email. You are further allowed any special character in the password like #@! etc to further randomize your password making it impossible to guess it.
    • -Encrypted passwords: This prevents even your webHost from looking at database and finding the password of users.
  • Top Most Social Networking Sites
  • Relationships
  • Basic Futures in Social Networking sites
  • Futures in Orkut
  • Futures in Facebook
  • Tips for Socializing Safely
    • Think about how different sites work before deciding to join a site.
    • Keep some control over the information you post.
    • Keep vital information to yourself.
    • Make sure your screen name doesn’t reveal too much about you.
  • Tips for Socializing Safely Online continued
    • Post only information that you are comfortable with others seeing and knowing about you.
    • Remember, once your information is posted, you can’t take it back. Someone can forward this information and millions of people have access.
    • Consider not posting your picture.
    • Don’t flirt with strangers online.
  • Safety Tips
    • Remember, your profile is on a public space.
    • People aren’t always who they say they are.
    • Harassment, hate speech, and inappropriate content should be reported. Tell your parents or an adult if this happens.
    • Don’t mislead people into thinking that you’re older or younger than you really are.
    • Don’t post anything that would embarrass you later.
    • <?php /* include the PHP Facebook Client Library to help with the API calls and make life easy */ require_once('facebook.php');
    • /* initialize the facebook API with your application API Key and Secret */ $facebook = new Facebook(YOUR_API_KEY,YOUR_SECRET_CODE);
    • /* require the user to be logged into Facebook before using the application. If they are not logged in they will first be directed to a Facebook login page and then back to the application's page. require_login() returns the user's unique ID which we will store in fb_user */
    • $fb_user = $facebook->require_login();
    • /* now we will say: Hello USER_NAME! Welcome to my first application! */ ?>
    • Hello <fb:name uid='<?php echo $fb_user; ?>' useyou='false' possessive='true' />! Welcome to my first application!
    • <?php /* We'll also echo some information that will help us see what's going on with the Facebook API: */ echo &quot;<pre>Debug:&quot; . print_r($facebook,true) . &quot;</pre>&quot;; ?>
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