In the direct line of the two previous articles about twitter, Francis Bélime’s latest post drew my attention to a great presentation about the future of social networks by Charlene Li.
Among the many different observations in her presentations, she mentions the problem of dealing with mulitple identities and identifies the need for a plateform grouping all information coming from social network. In the comments, the following questions (and Li’s answer) deserve attention : how is « social data » backed-up ? and who’s the owner of such information ?
To follow-up on twitter and the future of social networks, here are a few other posts worth reading :
- Why Twitter will soon become obsolete ? by Jason Clark
- How to market your social media presence ? by Steve Glauberman
And on social networks :
- Web2.0 and European and National Cultures in Europe by Thomas Vittadini Gomez
- World Map of Social Network by Vincos (also read the comments and take time to go through the interactive map)