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Interaction in the Blogosphere


2011-05-24, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Hamburg

Interaction in the Blogosphere

This talk was held in the course Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.

I started by explainig "blogging" as such and what it's about, then going into interaction patterns frequently found on blogs. Among those were comments and their structure, Trackbacks and Pingbacks as well as social media widgets. I ended with two scenarios concerning anonymous blogging and the use of blogs for knowledge management by enterprises, respectively, as well as a brief look at a possible future for blogging.



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Julian Fietkau (via YouTube)
2012-01-15 21:34:45

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