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By Google - what next?

By Google - what next?

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  • Historically, all digital, already on the web; but there is a huge amount of information not currently on the web in books\n\nSo, 2004 Google started to index this content through the launch of Google Book Search\n
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    • 1. What Comes After Social Networking?Communities, publics and ties 1
    • 2. @adewalebuzz.google.com/adewale @ade_oshineyetwitter.com/ade_oshineye
    • 3. The plug
    • 4. Google’s mission To organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Online content Offline content Billions of web pages Billions of items becoming indexed 4
    • 5. “Buzz is like Reader fed through the Cluetrain Manifesto” 5Peter da Silva: http://www.google.com/buzz/adewale/gMLtv6oju15/http-www-google-com-intl-en-press-google-directory#1294269686135000
    • 6. The other plug “Buzz is like Reader fed through the Cluetrain Manifesto” 5Peter da Silva: http://www.google.com/buzz/adewale/gMLtv6oju15/http-www-google-com-intl-en-press-google-directory#1294269686135000
    • 7. What is social networking? 6
    • 8. Sign of the times 7http://www.dilbert.com/fast/2011-01-17/
    • 9. Strong tieshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/thecaucas/2232897539/in/set-72157603486274453/ 8
    • 10. The “wedding from hell” effecthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/9953977@N08/4109883577/ 9
    • 11. Consolidation of identities and publics 10
    • 12. Private versus public 11
    • 13. Many overlapping publics 12
    • 14. Community discovery 13
    • 15. Who else shares my interests? 14
    • 16. How do I discover these communities? 15
    • 17. Digital Surrey in 2010 16
    • 18. Social objects triggerconversations that create communities 17
    • 19. Some social objectshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/adewale_oshineye/5312837422/in/set-72157625595774861/ 18
    • 20. Viral marketing can create socialobjects that affect the real world 19
    • 21. 241543903? 20
    • 22. 241543903 21
    • 23. Topic-based communities 22
    • 24. Quora 23
    • 25. Twitter Asymmetric followInterest graph not social graph Re-tweets Hashtags create ties 24
    • 26. Influence and the science of hashtagshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/motsy27jonas/3393196360/in/set-72157621749344121/ 25
    • 27. Influence and the science of hashtags“getting a great hashtag in front of the rightaudience is more important than getting it in front of a big audience.”http://media.twitter.com/1058/science-hashtag#more-1058 26
    • 28. Influence and the science of hashtags “Katy Perry’s 5.2 million followers saw #LessAmbitiousMovies, laughed, and moved on. Lizz Winstead and Barracks O’Bama’s crew of 35,000 saw it—and they made it their own.”http://media.twitter.com/1058/science-hashtag#more-1058 27
    • 29. Social objects can outlast theinitial transaction and become effective topic-based communities 28
    • 30. Grobanites for charity 29
    • 31. Why do companies exist?http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/economics/laureates/1991/coase.html 30
    • 32. Coasean Ceiling: markets “The point above which the transaction costs of managing a standard institutional form prevent it from working well.”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Here_Comes_Everybody 31
    • 33. Coasean Floor: communities “The point below which the transaction costs of a particular type of activity, no matter how valuable to someone, are too high for a standard institutional form to pursue.”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Here_Comes_Everybody 32
    • 34. Too hard to organize, have to pay for it CompaniesNot enough value, can’t pay people to do it 33
    • 35. “Group action just got easier” 34
    • 36. Everything is cheaper, thecommunity is bigger than you think and new things are possible 35
    • 37. Machine translationhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/adewale_oshineye/5225020502/
    • 38. Crowd-sourced funding
    • 39. Crowd-sourced funding
    • 40. Crowd-sourced funding
    • 41. Making it work: promise, tool and bargain“a plausible promise, an effective tool, and an acceptable bargain with the users”Clay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody 40
    • 42. What’s Google’s angle?“In an open system, a competitive advantage doesnt derive from locking in customers, but rather from understanding the fast-moving system better than anyone else and using that knowledge to generate better, more innovative products. The successful company in an open system is both a fast innovator and a thought leader; the brand value of thought leadership attracts customers and then fast innovation keeps them.” Jonathan Rosenberg, Senior Vice President, Product Management, Google 41
    • 43. Do you recognize this?http://www.flickr.com/photos/adewale_oshineye/5223934033/in/set-72157625508506848/ 42
    • 44. We can discover strangersonline who share our interestsand together we can do more than just network. We can build. 43
    • 45. Questions? 44
    • 46. Further reading• Kevin Marks, http://epeus.blogspot.com/• Paul Adams, http://www.thinkoutsidein.com/blog/• danah boyd, http://www.danah.org/• Clay Shirky, http://www.shirky.com/•Jyri Engestrom, http://www.zengestrom.com/ 45

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