Facebook Credit: Zuckerberg next Treasurer of the Internet App2User

Laurel Papworth

Called Facebook “Credit&# it includes a real world component named, rather fetchingly, “App2User&# , which aims to encourage merchants and loyalty programs like Qantas Frequent Flyer points and Flybuys and whatnot to use the Facebook points social media system.

Real investments in virtual worlds continue

The Way of the Web

Don’t forget back in 2004, David Storey paid $26,500 in Entropia , then Jon Jacobs invested $100,000 in a virtual space station in Entropia in November 2005, and of course Anshe Chung became a millionaire via Second Life in 2006.

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IBM Social Computing Guidelines

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Blogs, wikis, social networks, virtual worlds and social media. In the spring of 2005, IBMers used a wiki to create a set of guidelines for all IBMers who wanted to blog. To contribute: IBM—as a business, as an innovator and as a corporate citizen—makes important contributions to the world, to the future of business and technology, and to public dialogue on a broad range of societal issues. Skip to main content. Country/region [ select ].

What Do We Need to Teach About Knowledge Work? | Computer Writing and Research Lab

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work and social languages and genres, having to forage expertly for information (Amidon 2005; Senge 1994; Tuomi-Gröhn, Engeström, & Young 2003). 2005). editor (2005). Virtual Worlds. Now reading from the top of the page. Skip to page top, access key T.

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Social Media From A to Z: A Glossary

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Facebook is the largest social network in the world with more than 500 million users. It’s a social entertainment destination, with a focus on delivering a fun and entertainment-driven social experience online to users around the world.

Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention

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As Mark Edmundson has recently commented, "University students now are virtual Hamlets of the virtual world, pondering possibility, faces pressed up against the sweet-shop window of their all-purpose desiring machines. 2005 ]; [ Page et al. 2005 Liang, J., 2005. "A

Cyberbullying and blogs – a case study Mumbrella

Laurel Papworth

Often, bullies use it to exclude the victim from a social circle for reasons such as looking different, being gay, being intelligent or gifted, or having special needs or disabilities (Shariff and Gouin, 2005, p.3-4). What is a cyberbully? Can adults really be bullied by pixels?