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Is There Privacy in an Online Social World?

With the recent introduction of Google+, the big hype was around "Circles". Facebook's response was to improve the friends lists. Either way, these features raise the question of whether or not privacy can exist in an online social world? Is this type of "grouping"...

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Is Social Collaboration a Disruptor?

According to Wikipedia, "disruptors are employed by several alien species in the Star Trek series, including Romulans, Klingons, Breen, Cardassians, Iridians and Orions in their personal and military small arms as well as being mounted as cannon, emitters, turrets, and banks. Only the first...

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Bridging the Echo Chamber

In his paper " The Social Origin of Good Ideas " (University of Chicago), Ronald Burt states: "a dense social network of people in the same department (and who were therefore likely to be personally connected to one another) seemed to create an echo-chamber effect." Burt...

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Augmenting Your Social Capital

Many organizations underestimate the cultural learning curve associated with implementing more social collaboration tools. People are becoming more familiar with consumer-based social tools, yes, but how those familiar technologies fit into the enterprise, and how their enterprise permutations...

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The New Normal of Social Sidling

Remember that great episode of Seinfeld where Elaine was plagued by an annoying officemate who seemed to always appear at the right moment to mistakenly get credit for work he did not do, and was gone just as quickly and quietly when blame was to be handed out? It's one of those episodes...

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Quantity, Not Necessarily Quality, Matters

I overheard two friends in as many days making the same comments about their social networks -- they were in the process of shutting down their networks, decreasing the number of people they connect with, in an effort to simplify the amount of data hitting them. One friend is decreasing the...

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