Social Network

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Social Network 作者: Mind Map: Social Network

1. Facebook

1.1. Profile

1.1.1. Pictures,

1.1.2. Name Display

1.1.3. Friends Suggested Friends: easy way to make connections and meet new people

1.1.4. Groups

1.1.5. Posts

1.1.6. Images

1.2. Chat

1.2.1. Messages

1.2.2. Communication

1.3. Wall/wall post

1.3.1. Humor

1.3.2. Interests

1.3.3. Sharing

1.4. Likes/Commenting

1.4.1. Bullying

1.4.2. Drama

1.4.3. Conversation

1.4.4. Making info public

1.4.5. Connecting

1.5. Events

1.5.1. Party's

1.5.2. Group Gatherings

1.5.3. Political events

1.5.4. Social gatherings

1.5.5. Suggested events: allow you to see what's going on in the area

1.6. News feed

1.6.1. sponsors

1.6.2. Up to date

1.7. Networks

1.7.1. High School Sorting by graduation year allows for easier contact when it comes to reunions and keeping in touch

1.7.2. College/Universities

1.7.3. Employment Having all employees in one network allows for easier message sending and consolidation

1.7.4. Cities/States Allows users to see people that reside near them, or are from the same area they are

2. Instagram

2.1. Users

2.1.1. Followers Friends and Family can share pictures

2.1.2. Following

2.1.3. News Likes New Followers Comments

2.2. Hashtags

2.3. Filters

2.3.1. Photo quality Self photo shopping capabilities Profesional styled photo shop development

2.3.2. Kodak styled pictures Styled after the squared instant Kodak pictures

2.4. Profiles

2.4.1. Biography (Quotes)

2.4.2. Profile Picture

2.5. Explore

2.5.1. Search Users Picture groupings and recognition Hashtags

2.6. Networking capabilities

2.6.1. Can be linked to other social networking sites Facebook Can share photos that link to Facebook page Twitter Can Hashtag the picture to allow for easier access. Path

2.7. Photo Map

2.7.1. Allows people to see where you took the picture being viewed

2.7.2. Can seen proximity to other users

2.7.3. "Geotagging" is term for broadcasting location that picture was taken

2.8. How does this apply to real life?

2.8.1. Companies use Instagram to gain business special deals for followers posting new merchandise (like a smaller billboard or advertisement)

2.8.2. Used in classrooms introducing students to "photojournalism" digital storytelling

3. Twitter

3.1. Hashtags

3.1.1. Allows accesibility to others to find information

3.1.2. Can lead to fundraising #sandyhelp #staystrongjustin

3.1.3. Connect with people with common interests

3.2. Retweeting

3.2.1. Sharing others tweets with your followers

3.3. Follower/following

3.3.1. Stay up to date with those you're following

3.3.2. Allow friends to see what you post

3.3.3. Can keep your information private

3.4. Twitter handles

3.4.1. Allows people to personalize his/her profile

3.4.2. Easily distinguishable

3.5. Linking/uploading pictures

3.5.1. Display pictures within tweets

3.6. News

3.6.1. Stay up to date on current issues and topics

3.6.2. Outlet for people

3.7. Twitter connects most social media sites together

3.7.1. Can link instagram with twitter

3.7.2. Youtube videos can be posted from youtube to twitter

3.7.3. Facebook and twitter linked

4. Pinterest

4.1. Pinboard

4.1.1. Organized

4.1.2. Categorized

4.1.3. Shared with/Discovered by others

4.2. Photo-sharing

4.3. Interests, hobbies, recipes

4.4. Inspiration/Idea-sharing

4.5. Pin It

4.5.1. Upload content from other websites to pinboard Companies can use Pinterest to promote their products

4.5.2. Add favorite items from other pinboards to own pinboard

4.6. Pin feed

4.6.1. Displays activity of pinboards that a user follows

4.7. Categories

4.7.1. Videos

4.7.2. Popular

4.7.3. Gifts

4.7.4. Everything

5. Twitter is a busy bar on a Friday night. Everyone is yelling at each other, and you can't have anything but a short conversation. It's easy to jump into the conversations of others, or simply step back and observe what they're talking about. (idea borrowed from online resources)

6. Facebook is a quiet coffee shop. It's easy to sit down and have detailed conversations without being interrupted by constant interjections from others. But be careful what you say, because anyone can see what you're saying unless you take your conversation somewhere more private. (idea also stolen from online but expanded and reworded)