Day 16: Facebook update / CC / religion & internet

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In this class we examine the just released changes to the Facebook Pages interface, creative commons and how social media is being used to recruit new members for a Japanese cult.

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Day 16: Facebook update / CC / religion & internet

  1. 1. Web 2.0 & Online Communities, Summer School 2011 Day 16: Facebook / Internet & religion
  2. 2. This week (Week 6–OMG!)Tuesday (day 16):– Facebook interface changes– Copyright & creative commons– Internet as religious recruiting groundWednesday (day 17):– Pitches to dragonsThursday (day 18):– Summary of everything– Exam prep & goodbyes Miscellany:– Project:  Submit report & page link (by Friday 5:00pm)– Make me an admin on your page (for insights)– My intentions 2
  3. 3. Tomorrow is pitch day!Be at the lab by 9:50 for setupBe preparedBe courteous to the other students:– Listen– Clap– Be supportiveWhat order will the groups present?Have fun!Any final questions? 3
  4. 4. Part 1: Damn you Facebook! 4
  5. 5. Facebook Pages interface changed!As of last Friday, Facebook has changed the layout of Facebook pagesWhy? To resemble personal profile pages:– 5 photo banner (photostrip)– No horizontal tabs, just vertical linksAny good things?– Can post as a page or individual– Login as a page– Show owner & admins– ... 5
  6. 6. Suggested StepsOpt into new layout by “upgrading”: – Note: March 10 deadlineSpecify your page’s category & sub‐category:– e.g., Consulting/Business ServicesSet posting preferences & email notifications: – Note: See new personal account settingCheck posting permissions & profanity blockerSet username (alias) if you have enough usersSpecify which liked pages & page owner to showSelect the photos to appear in photostrip:– Delete photos, never show again 6
  7. 7. Secure Facebook action 7
  8. 8. How does HTTPS work? “... At current computing speeds, a hacker with the time, tools, and  motivation to attack using brute force would require a trillion years  to break into a session protected by an SGC‐enabled certificate. ”[Source: http://www.verisign.com/ssl/ssl‐information‐center/how‐ssl‐security‐works/] 8
  9. 9. Part 2: Creative Commons 9
  10. 10. Go to Tuesday, Day 16 (15 Feb) on Wiki,watch the video & answer the questions. 10
  11. 11. Part 3: Internet &religion (Erica Baffelli) 11
  12. 12. The End 12

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