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This is a social media case study on Twitter, and the social object-relational practice interactions within it which connect people on the Web.

This is a social media case study on Twitter, and the social object-relational practice interactions within it which connect people on the Web.

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    • Social Media: A Case Study TWITTER Tara Oliveri http:// twitter.com/toliveri
    • Social Networks
      • are not just connected by people, but consist of people connected by shared objects
      • … according to Jyri Engeström
      • http:// www.zengestrom.com /
    • People perform (verbs) on objects Jyri, http://www.reboot.dk/page/6228/en
    • TWITTER’S social objects
      • Pictures, videos, links, articles, stories, messages, updates/tweets, trending topics, favorites…etc
    • TWITTER’S verbs
      • Update/tweet, retweet, link, share, blog/microblog, follow, list, comment, find, favorite…etc
    • I comment on a picture update my status share a video link to an article favorite a tweet tweet a picture
    •  
      • Link ing to an article …
    •  
    • November 15th, 2009 | by JR Johnson
      • http://mashable.com/2009/11/15/world-changing-social-media/
      • “ Social Media Can Change The World Through Common Ground”
      • Connecting people through small or seemingly trivial commonalities instead of an instinctual animosity or dismissive-ness because of assumed differences
      • Users make knowledge and meaning , and attribute value through such interactions with social objects.
      • Through this link http :// mashable.com/2009/11/15/world-changing-social-media/
      • I became more knowledge able about the possibilities of social media…changing the world,
      • attributed value to the object and interaction because it positively influenced the course of my project…helping me show an object/verb interaction,
      • and found meaning in not only the subject matter of the article, but also the way in which I found it (interaction  project progression)
      • Do TWITTER’S objects successfully bring people together?
    • Yes.
      • For example, through first person exposure to people whom I may never have been able to connect with in that way
      • -physical, social distance
    •  
    • and No.
      • Jyri’s future predictions: email, http://www.reboot.dk/page/6228/en
      • Prioritizing based on social interaction history I have with people
      • Tracking where I’m more likely to interact with (verb) links, pictures, videos, updates (objects), and “prioritizing”
      • Fostering more meaningful and valuable connections instead of users becoming overwhelmed sifting through irrelevant (though not enough to totally dismiss) updates
      Improving TWITTER