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Self-disclosure and the “art” of not losing friends on SNS

Reading a little bit of self-disclosure and privacy literature recently, I asked myself (and you, readers!): What’s the best way¬†for not losing friends on Facebook? Thinking very strategically, I should probably thoroughly analyze my social network (using social network analysis) … Continue reading

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No Alarms and No Surprises (Please!)

Yesterday I had an interesting conversation about the effects of social media – and Facebook in particular – on how we experience reencounters. My conversation partner, who is not on Facebook, told me the story of how she stumbled upon … Continue reading

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WhatsApp with Facebook? The Ramifications of the New Teen Social Media Logic

The teen mass exodus from Facebook has been widely covered in the media (e.g. http://yhoo.it/1bokTvo). It’s real and the numbers don’t lie. Many teens today don’t care much about Facebook – not nearly as much as the teens of 5 … Continue reading

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