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Social Networks

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Transcript of Social Networks

It started as an university social network, but now it's the most important and the biggest social network.
Jack Dorsey
Youth-children's social networks (games)
Zaryn Dentzel
Spanish social network
Sara Ruiz
Joaquín Ayuso de Pául
Kenny Bentley
Social Networks
Do you know all about them?
by Google
"Sharing on the Internet as on the real life"
28th june 2011
Mike Krieger
Kevin Systrom
Images social network, to share and like them
Microsoft
MSN Messenger --------------------> Skype
Carmen Bueno Iglesias, 4INF (4ºB) - Computing with Elena Cedenilla - April, 2014 - IES Juanelo Turriano
¿What are Social Networks?
Advantages
Disadvantages
Types
A social network,
in computing
, is a set of people interconnected, in this case electronically and usually through the
Internet
, who can
communicate
between them and
show
,
share
and
storage

information
; data, statements, contacts, images, videos, music, games, locations… through a webpage or application.
This way they manage their
virtual social life
and their
leisure
or
professional
time.
The
privacy
is usually at risk and people don’t realise about the danger of showing everybody their lives
Some
people pretend
to be someone they aren’t and they can harm someone, by getting their information
In some countries being user of some social networks is a
threat to national security
They may become an
addiction
There are many
crimes
committed through the social networks (cyberbullying, child pornography, pedophilia, kidnap…)
When you
subscribe
or
sign in
to a social network you

choose your
name
& you can set a
profile image
.
Then, depending on the social network, you can
add contacts
in different ways,
share
information and
explore
the content, provided by each user,
chat
,
play
... they are
interactive
.
fill in your
data
They let
any kind of user
share
any kind of information
and they allow to
widen knowledge
, through a
virtual personified identity
They allow people and entities to
show themselves
and their
capacities
,
virtues
,
possibilities

They
ease relations
and
eliminate barriers
through activities, interests and hobbies sharing
They ease
self-learning
,
personal development
and putting into practice the knowledge
They’re
useful
for the
academic
and
working field
if they’re correctly used
They promote the
efficiency
, the
management
, the
participation
,
teamwork
,
joint projects

Horizontal social networks
Vertical social networks
Users act freely at the same level,
interrelating
in general, without further purposes
Transversal social networks
Focalised on
a topic
, they’re targeted to a
specific group
of people
Professional
They're vertical social networks

horizontal social networks...
...or vertical social networks
with integration
of horizontal social networks
Leisure
Soc
i
al
Networ
k
s
Arround 2 billion users
110 languages
Eduardo Saverin, Chris Hughes and Dustin Moskovitz
Mark Zuckerberg
4th February 2004
in Harvard
Microblogging social network, one of the biggest Social Networks
More than 900 employees
California
33 languages
Noah Glass
Evan Williams
Biz Stone
March 2006
more than 500 million users
7 languages
2006
Madrid
more than 15 million users
9 languages
2010
San Franciso
By Facebook
arround 150 million users
44 languages
500 million users (400 active users)
The contacts are classified by circles and with this social network you control every google subnetwork account
MSN Messenger was a IM social network that appeared in 1999 and was replaced by Skype in 2012, but skype had been released in 2003
It was very innovative at the beggining, and very used, but then it became old-fashioned
Bibliography
I used my own experience, google images for the photos, wikipedia for the SN's information and some webpages:
http://www.informaticaparanovatos.com/que-son-las-redes-sociales/
http://www.monografias.com/trabajos84/redes-sociales/redes-sociales.shtml
http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_social
http://www.pabloburgueno.com/2009/03/clasificacion-de-redes-sociales/
http://www.slideshare.net/nicolagreco/an-introduction-to-vertical-horizontal-and-transversal-social-network
http://www.merca20.com/las-6-mejores-redes-sociales-de-acuerdo-con-el-numero-de-usuarios-activos/
http://www.slideshare.net/losdemixtas/redes-sociales-11725869
http://www.slideshare.net/aomatos/introduccion-a-las-redes-sociales-en-educacin

I hope
YOU
liked!
The End
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