Overview of social_networking_tools_347565_7

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Overview of social_networking_tools_347565_7

  1. 1. Social Networking Tools Type Description Examples • Facebook An on-line community for people who share interests, activities, • MySpaceSocial Networking or a connection of some sort; allows for grouping and • LinkedIn (Professional) categorizing. • Orkut • Ning A contraction of the term “web log,” a blog may be a journal or • Twitter (micro-blogging) diary, or a forum for an individual to make regular entries of • BloggerBlogging commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as • WordPress graphics or video. May be hosted on a social networking site or • LiveJournal on a blog specific site. • MyBlogLog • Flickr Photos can be uploaded onto websites, tagged, grouped, and • Photobucket shared. Tagging allows photos to be organized by subjectPhoto Sharing • Picasa matter. Groups allow multiple users to upload photos that share a common theme. • Snapfish • Shutterfly Websites or software where users can distribute their video • YouTube clips, they may be user generated video, video sharing • VimeoVideo Sharing platforms, or web based video editing. These host sites allow • BuzzNet videos to be linked to or inserted into blogs, webpages, etc. • Flickr Most commonly stands for Really Simple Syndication, it’s a • Google ReaderRSS Feeds feed from one source to an aggregated site, may be newsfeed or • RSSOwl personal; individuals can add sites to their RSS feeds to follow • SharpReader • Delicious A method for internet users to share, organize, search, andSocial Bookmarking • Diigo manage bookmarks of web resources. • Gnolia (formerly Magnolia) • Instant Message (IM): Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, AOL Instant Messenger A range of software systems that allow users to interact and (AIM), Pidgin, etcSocial Tools & Software share data, also known as collaborative software, includes both • Google and Yahoo Groups communication tools and interactive tools. • Document sharing & editing: Google Docs, Windows Live, Zoho, DeskAway • Wikis: Wikipedia, PBworks, Wikia, etc

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