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Lecture E On Social Web Sites Wom Kim, O.-R. Jeong, S.-W. Lee Information System, 35:215-236, 2010
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2 Introduction Social Web sites are Web sites for people to (i) form online communities & (ii) share user-created contents (UCCs), which include Social networking sites allow Web users to stay connected with other people in online communities A community may be a network of offline friends , online acquaintances , or an interest group (such as profession, ethnicity, gender, alumni, etc.) e.g., MySpace, Facebook, Windows Live Spaces, etc. Social media sites allow people to share UCCs, such as photos, videos, bookmarked Web pages, activity updates e.g., YouTube, Flickr, Digg, etc. Historically, social networking sites started before social media sites
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3 Introduction The distinction between social networking and media sites is fast disappearing, since The former are adding UCC s, whereas The latter are adding personal profiles and forming communities Categories of social Web sites:
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Social Media Sites 4 SM Services Operational/Functional Dimensions Level of Collaboration Content: Audio Content: Video Content: Image Content: Text Content: Aggregation Provider Censorship User Censorship Privacy Communication Type Provides API Facebook MEDIUM LOW LOW MEDIUM HIGH MEDIUM NONE HIGH BOTH MANY-TO-MANY GOOD LinkedIn LOW NONE NONE LOW HIGH NONE NONE HIGH BOTH 1-TO-MANY NO Twitter MEDIUM NONE NONE LOW HIGH NONE NONE HIGH BOTH MANY-TO-MANY POOR Delicious LOW NONE NONE NONE LOW HIGH NONE NONE PUBLIC MANY-TO-MANY Flickr MEDIUM NONE HIGH HIGH LOW MEDIUM NONE HIGH BOTH MANY-TO-MANY YouTube MEDIUM NONE HIGH NONE LOW MEDIUM LOW HIGH BOTH MANY-TO-MANY GOOD Skype LOW HIGH HIGH NONE LOW NONE NONE HIGH PRIVATE 1-TO-1 NO Last.fm LOW HIGH MEDIUM NONE LOW MEDIUM NONE LOW BOTH MANY-TO-MANY GOOD yelp.com LOW NONE NONE LOW HIGH LOW NONE NONE 1-TO-MANY WikiAnswers HIGH NONE NONE LOW HIGH NONE NONE HIGH PUBLIC MANY-TO-MANY World of  Warcraft MEDIUM MEDIUM HIGH NONE LOW NONE NONE LOW BOTH MANY-TO-MANY NO
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Social Media Sites 5  Can be Used for Facebook LinkedIn Delicious Twitter LibraryThing Flickr YouTube MySpace Last.fm CiteULike Web Search maybe   yes maybe maybe     maybe yes (e.g., on google scholar) Making Recommendations friends, groups,  ads, links, connections, jobs,   ads, books, news  art, links, groups books, links, news  articles, movies,  videos, groups people,   location books, groups,  links users, pics,  travel , groups,  links, videos video, links,  people,  friends, groups,  ads, links,  (provides rec  based on search  habits) friends, music,  concerts (the  rec application  exists) artciles, links, groups
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