InfSoc Friday Links #10

Stories from the information society worth reading…
01.-08. Juli 2011

Diese Woche: Paul Adams: Seeing Google+ In Public Is Like Bumping Into An Ex-Girlfriend – What MySpace’s Tom Anderson Thinks of Google+ – Verbotsdebatte zu Facebook-Partys Irre, dieses Internet – The Problem with Youtube Parties

 

Paul Adams: Seeing Google+ In Public Is Like Bumping Into An Ex-Girlfriend.
Alexia Tsotis, TechCrunch, 01.07.2011 
Ex-Google UX guy Paul Adams is perhaps most known for his slideshow “The Real Life Social Network,” which highlighted the perils of having one default group for sharing and emphasized that the ideal social networking service would be designed for multiple groups. The slideshow illustrated the flaws in Facebook’s lump sum friend model and called for a social network where users could set sharing levels to correspond to the 4-6 separate relationship groups that people tend to have.
http://techcrunch.com/2011/07/01/paul-adams-seeing-google-in-public-is-like-bumping-into-an-ex-girlfriend/

 

What MySpace’s Tom Anderson Thinks of Google+
Ben Parr, Mashable, 02.07.2011
Google+, the search giant’s social network, has just received a strong endorsement from one of the pioneers of social networking: MySpace co-founder Tom Anderson.
http://mashable.com/2011/07/02/myspace-tom-google/

 

Verbotsdebatte zu Facebook-Partys Irre, dieses Internet
Stefan Plöchinger, sueddeutsche.de, 03.07.2011
Muss der Staat Facebook-Partys verbieten? Urplötzlich steht diese völlig unnötige Frage im Raum – aufgeworfen von Menschen, die offensichtlich das Internet nicht verstehen wollen. Wieso Feierexzesse sehr wenig mit dem Netz zu tun haben, wie die Republik unter dem Niveau digitaler Debatten leidet.
http://www.sueddeutsche.de/digital/debatte-ueber-verbote-innenminister-wollen-facebook-partyexzesse-stoppen-1.1115548

 

TGIF…

The Problem with Youtube Parties
XKCD
http://xkcd.com/920/

 Stories from the information society worth reading…
01.-08. Juli 2011

Diese Woche: Paul Adams: Seeing Google+ In Public Is Like Bumping Into An Ex-Girlfriend – What MySpace’s Tom Anderson Thinks of Google+ – Verbotsdebatte zu Facebook-Partys Irre, dieses Internet – The Problem with Youtube Parties

 

Paul Adams: Seeing Google+ In Public Is Like Bumping Into An Ex-Girlfriend.
Alexia Tsotis, TechCrunch, 01.07.2011 
Ex-Google UX guy Paul Adams is perhaps most known for his slideshow “The Real Life Social Network,” which highlighted the perils of having one default group for sharing and emphasized that the ideal social networking service would be designed for multiple groups. The slideshow illustrated the flaws in Facebook’s lump sum friend model and called for a social network where users could set sharing levels to correspond to the 4-6 separate relationship groups that people tend to have.
http://techcrunch.com/2011/07/01/paul-adams-seeing-google-in-public-is-like-bumping-into-an-ex-girlfriend/

 

What MySpace’s Tom Anderson Thinks of Google+
Ben Parr, Mashable, 02.07.2011
Google+, the search giant’s social network, has just received a strong endorsement from one of the pioneers of social networking: MySpace co-founder Tom Anderson.
http://mashable.com/2011/07/02/myspace-tom-google/

 

Verbotsdebatte zu Facebook-Partys Irre, dieses Internet
Stefan Plöchinger, sueddeutsche.de, 03.07.2011
Muss der Staat Facebook-Partys verbieten? Urplötzlich steht diese völlig unnötige Frage im Raum – aufgeworfen von Menschen, die offensichtlich das Internet nicht verstehen wollen. Wieso Feierexzesse sehr wenig mit dem Netz zu tun haben, wie die Republik unter dem Niveau digitaler Debatten leidet.
http://www.sueddeutsche.de/digital/debatte-ueber-verbote-innenminister-wollen-facebook-partyexzesse-stoppen-1.1115548

 

TGIF…

The Problem with Youtube Parties
XKCD
http://xkcd.com/920/

 

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