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Structured Portable Social Networks the case for SPSNs from a user perspective Stephanie Booth SNP WebCamp, Cork (Ireland)...
WHY?
user
Social Network <ul><li>me  profile </li></ul><ul><li>contacts relationships </li></ul><ul><li>object  sth to interact abou...
problem
more contacts!
Sign Up <ul><li>profile </li></ul><ul><li>relationships </li></ul>
profile
my people
teach me to phish Leisa Reichelt on Responsible Design
Flickr-like Facebook Apps-like
context
all contacts are not equal
flat lumpy
 
 
structure
explicit implicit
scaling portability privacy
portability needs structure
Who are the people  in my world?
What do I want to do with them?
ownership
Thanks! Stephanie Booth SNP WebCamp, Cork (Ireland) 02.03.2008 CC-by-nc-sa http://climbtothestars.org [email_address]
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2008 03 01 Blogtalk Structured Portable Social Networks

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The case for Structured Portable Social Networks, from a user perspective. Video of talk: http://www.viddler.com/explore/steph/videos/35

Talk given at WebCampSNP in Cork, Ireland (02.03.2008, BlogTalk).

See: http://climbtothestars.org/archives/2007/08/16/we-need-structured-portable-social-networks-spsn/

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2008 03 01 Blogtalk Structured Portable Social Networks

  1. Structured Portable Social Networks the case for SPSNs from a user perspective Stephanie Booth SNP WebCamp, Cork (Ireland) 02.03.2008 CC-by-nc-sa http://climbtothestars.org [email_address]
  2. WHY?
  3. user
  4. Social Network <ul><li>me profile </li></ul><ul><li>contacts relationships </li></ul><ul><li>object sth to interact about </li></ul>Example: Dopplr
  5. problem
  6. more contacts!
  7. Sign Up <ul><li>profile </li></ul><ul><li>relationships </li></ul>
  8. profile
  9. my people
  10. teach me to phish Leisa Reichelt on Responsible Design
  11. Flickr-like Facebook Apps-like
  12. context
  13. all contacts are not equal
  14. flat lumpy
  15.  
  16.  
  17. structure
  18. explicit implicit
  19. scaling portability privacy
  20. portability needs structure
  21. Who are the people in my world?
  22. What do I want to do with them?
  23. ownership
  24. Thanks! Stephanie Booth SNP WebCamp, Cork (Ireland) 02.03.2008 CC-by-nc-sa http://climbtothestars.org [email_address]
  • danbri

    May. 30, 2008

The case for Structured Portable Social Networks, from a user perspective. Video of talk: http://www.viddler.com/explore/steph/videos/35 Talk given at WebCampSNP in Cork, Ireland (02.03.2008, BlogTalk). See: http://climbtothestars.org/archives/2007/08/16/we-need-structured-portable-social-networks-spsn/

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