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Chapter 9 : Social Computing Glossary Terms Blog (weblog): A personal website, open to public, in which the site creator expresses his or her feelings with a series of chronological entries. Biosphere: The millions of blogs on the Web Collaborative consumption: Peer-to-peer sharing or renting Mash-up: Website that takes different content from a number of other websites and mixes them together to create a new kind of content Micro-blogging: A form of blogging that allows users to write short messages (or capture and image embedded video) and publish them Really simple syndication : A technology that allows users to receive the information they want, when they want it, without having to surf thousands of websites. Social advertising : Advertising formats that make use of the social context of the user viewing the ad. Social Capital: The number of connections a person has within and between social networks Social commerce: The delivery of electronic commerce activities and transactions through social computing
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