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ReBlog: „Und wie war das Social Media Jahr 2011? – Ein Rückblick“

Januar 7, 2012 3 Kommentare

Herzlich Dank an Sebastian Hartmann und Publicplan GmbH für diese super spannende Zusammenfassung!

Der Artikel schafft in den folgenden 12.5 Punkten einen respektablen Überblick über für Museen relevante Entwicklungen und Geschehnisse im Social Web:

1. „Facebook, der konstante Überflieger“

2. „Ein weiteres Museums-Plus“

3. „Ein Tweet Up im Museum“

4. „Ausstellungen, die es nur im Web gibt“

5. „Mehr Museum für das Handy“

6. „Foto, Foto, Foto und andere Wettbewerbe“ Weiterlesen …

ReBLOG: Kernargumente für einen Social Media-Auftritt

Oktober 19, 2011 1 Kommentar

Christian Gries publizierte auf seinem Blog einen offenen Brief von Jim Richardson an Museumsdirektoren. Eine wunderbare Zusammenfassung der Kernargumente für einen Social Media-Auftritt von Museen und deshalb ein guter Grund für ein REBLOG!

An open letter to Museum Director’s who don’t get social,

‘I am not on Facebook and I don’t think we should waste time and money on that kind of thing’, this was message from a museum director at the end of a presentation that I’d given about how their institution should be using social media.

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Eine Facebook Group für Kulturschaffende, die sich fürs Web 2.0 interessieren?

… ja das gibt es: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_139168352800567

Wer sich also gerne an der Diskussion beteiligt ist herzlich willkommen.

History of Online Social Networking

September 13, 2010 Hinterlasse einen Kommentar

„The first online social network, SixDegrees.com, was established in 1997 (Boyd & Ellison, 2007). […]. The concept that all things are within „six degrees of separation“ was behind this innovative idea. The site attracted many users. A number of sites similar to SixDegrees.com were introduced to the public in the late 1990s and early 2000s, including LiveJournal, Asian Avenue, BlackPlanet, and LunaStorm. […]

MySpace was launchen 2003 by the Company eUniverse. Its user base grew exponentially within just a couple of years, transforming the Web site into the most popular online social networking community in the United States. […]. By 2006 MySpace had more than 20 million users. It was aquired by News Corporation for US$580 million in July 2005 (Rosebush, 2005).

Facebook, another popular social networking Website, was founded by a former Harvard student who used it as a tool to reconnect with former classmates. It was launched in February 2004 (Yadav, 2006). […]. Initially, to join the network, a person was required to have an active college e-mail address. In 2006, the network extended to high schools students and some larger companies. Now, anyone age 13 or older can join the network.

LinkedIn is a professionally oriented social networking site. It was founded in 2003 by Reid Hoffmann and Konstantin Guericke. […] LinkedIn tries to help people to connect with others who might help their careers […].

Other popular social networking sites include Furl, Spurl.net, Shadow, Scuttle, Yahoo! My Web 2.0, Ma.gnolia, Digg, StumbleUpon, and reddit.“

Baker, Kim and Butler, Iryna (2009): Social Networks. History of Social Networking. In: Deans, P. Candace (Hrsg.), Social Software and Web 2.0 Technology Trends. New York, Information Science Reference: 187-188.