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Facebook and the co-creative Self: a new chapter

At the risk of speaking too soon on Facebook’s announced design changes, I want to venture some reflections on what it seems Facebook is doing. I’ve long argued for capturing user interests over needs and objectives; of using social interaction … Continue reading

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Social context, Facebook Likes, activity and action streams

This post began as a comment on the following post by Adina Levin, but quickly became too long, so I am posting it here instead. Read Adina’s post on social context first (excerpted here). Where is social context?In yesterday’s post … Continue reading

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What’s there to like? Facebook Likes and social object relations

Facebook’s recent F8 announcements concerning the Like button, connected pages, and Open Graph api have resurrected some discussion around social objects. I wrote last week about social objects from a theoretical perspective, and want to clarify a few top-line points … Continue reading

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