Posted by: networklearning | June 15, 2006

David Pollard’s Social Networking Landscape

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Today I was online for the Flexible Learning Social Software Conference, one of the presentations was about defining ‘What is Web2.0’ and ‘What are the differences between Web1.0 and Web2.0’. From a site referenced during the presentation I found a link to ‘David Pollard’s Social Networking Map‘ and have just re-visited it. David writes:

“I’ve been trying to define the boundaries of Social Networking, rather than simply (and less usefully) trying to define the term. The best way I found to do so is to list the various functionalities (applications) of Social Software by objective, rather than listing the tools themselves by type of content”

For those of us who will be explaining the multiple facets of web2.0, what social networking means and why we should care I think it’s a gem of a resource to reference. Check it out…

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