How social media are expanding traditional research and development topics for computer and information scientists.
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August 25, 2011 01:03
Having participated in some of these workshops to define the research directions, it is nice to see an article that summarized our viewpoints so nicely.
Social media isn't just Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, and Google+. It is changing our society, and we need to understand it, and learn how to utilize it properly, for all its power.
August 31, 2011 11:59
Social media exploded into the scene and has made an impact in less than half a decade. The trends set by social media will now predict the next trends to come. Consumer behaviours are changing rapidly, some industries will be obselete while new industries will spruce up. Even our daily activities will change. It is important to pay more attention and delve into research on how to better use reports and measurements from socia media activities.
- Fanny Tham (CreativePeopleAtWork)
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