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JUNE 6, 2009 [Social Filter] Weblogg-ed » “Social Filters”
Site menu: about | speaking | my stuff ed blogs | resources rss guide videos contact The Shifts 27 Mar 2008 08:05 am “Social Filters Great article in the New York Times that asserts the Clay Shirky idea I noted here earlier of a publish then filter world. According to interviews and recent surveys, younger voters tend to be not just consumers of news and current events but conduits as well — sending out e-mailed links and videos to friends and their social networks.
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JUNE 6, 2009 [Social Filter] idiomag » Blog Archive » The 3 social filters
Some companies (eg Digg ) have approached this from a social perspective, relying on friend networks or crowd wisdom to help us find what we want. Since both have strengths (the social approach is able to incorporate emotional and other tacit factors, whereas algorithms can lead to a greater degree of individual accuracy and scalability), it is likely that they will be almost always used in combination. There are three keyÂ social filters thatÂ are helpful in my search for content.Â
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JUNE 6, 2009 [Social Filter] The role of knowledge filters | Tom Chance's website
Tom Chances website the struggle of memory against forgetting Home • Articles • Research • Contact Tom Chances website The role of knowledge filters By tom - Posted on December 1st, 2005 Tagged: Free culture After my initial reflections on David Weisenbergers "shape of knowledge" seminar Ive come to some more general conclusions to do with how we filter knowledge. and technorati to put together my own filtered list of sources.
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DECEMBER 13, 2010 [Social Filter] Signal, Curation, Discovery
Googles great question is whether it can pivot with the web - hence all the industry speculation about Googles social strategy, its sharing of data with Facebook (or not), and its ability to integrate social signal into its essentially HTML-driven search engine. As I pointed out in Social Editors and Super Nodes - An Appreciation of RSS , Tumblr is growing like, well, Google in 2002, Facebook in 2006, or Twitter in 2008.
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JUNE 6, 2009 [Social Filter] Cloud Culture: Introducing the Filters
Cloud Culture Form and Function in a Networked World Sunday, January 11, 2009 Introducing the Filters If you took the contents of an average Barnes and Noble, and you dumped it into the streets and said to someone, “You know what’s in there? On the Web, we’re just not used to the filters yet, and so it seems like “Oh, there’s so much more information. Id then like to wrap up with the role of personal recommendation, or social filters.