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Communities, social media and cultural change

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Leila Nachawati Rego

on 2 April 2013

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Transcript of Communities, social media and cultural change

Communities Companies Projects Causes Group of people (or animals) who share common elements / a common interest Since 2005 we have seen the emergence
of the personalized web, the interactive web,
the web that places a premium on participation
and community

Stephen Downes http://freeabdulemam.wordpress.com/ http://bidnacapoeira.org/ http://soloraf.es/ Cultural Change Conversation @soloraf Tools / Social Platfroms
/ Social Networks? Private-owned platforms Platforms that give control to users
http://n-1.cc/ http://www.literativa.com/ http://tustextos.com/ Communities,
social media
and cultural change Leila Nachawati Rego
leila.nachawati@gmail.com
@leila_na
http://es.linkedin.com/in/leilanachawati http://ojodigital.com http://www.canonistas.com/ Blogs The Internet identi.ca Classmate.com
SixDegrees.com
Friendster / Flickr
Hi/MySpace
Web 2.0 / Social Web
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