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The State of the Art of
Social Networking Services

KnowDive: Hao Xu

Contents


Introductions of well
-
known SNSs


Key Web 2.0 Services and Applications


Demos for Individual Specific Features


Standards and Organizations servicing
on Web 2.0


Trends and Challenges of Semantic
SNSs

Introductions of well
-
known SNSs


FaceBook
, founded in Feb. 2004,
Microsoft hold its 1.6% stocks,
focuses on college students, famous
in America and Europe.
Advantage: photos sharing


MySpace
, founded in 2003, powered
by Google, focuses on teenagers,
famous in America and Europe.
Advantage: music sharing

Introductions of well
-
known SNSs


LinkedIn
, founded in 2003, powered
by SUN, focuses on professionals,
famous in America and Europe.
Advantage: professional relationships


Bebo
, founded in 2006, powered by
Yahoo, famous in Ireland and UK.
Advantage: open media

Introductions of well
-
known SNSs


FriendSter
, one of the earliest SNS
sites in the world, founded in 2002,
famous in Southeast Asia. Advantage:
stable user groups in Southeast Asia.


Orkut
, founded in 2004, belongs to
Google, famous in Brazil and India.
Advantage: integration tool
(SocialStream)

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



foundational concepts of Web 2.0


Blogs, Wikis, Multimedia sharing,


Tagging and social bookmarking


Folksonomy and collabulary,


Audio blogging and podcasting,


RSS and syndication

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps


Newer Web 2.0 services and apps

1. Social Networking


Professional and social networking
sites facilitate meeting people,
finding like minds and sharing
content

uses ideas from
harnessing the power of the crowd,
network effect and individual
production/user generated content.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Social Networking



http://www.siphs.com/aboutus.jsp


http://www.linkedin.com/


http://www.zoominfo.com/


http://www.myspace.com


http://www.facebook.com


http://fo.rtuito.us/


http://www.spock.com/ (test beta only)


http://www.flock.com/


http://www.bebo.com/



Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Newer Web 2.0 services and apps

2. Aggregation services


Gather information from diverse sources
across the Web and publish in one place.
Includes news and RSS feed aggregators
and tools that create a single webpage
with all your feeds and email in one
place

uses ideas from individual
production/user generated content.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Aggregation services



SocialStream


http://www.techmeme.com/


http://www.google.co.uk/nwshp?hl=en


http://www.blogbridge.com/


http://www.suprglu.com/


http://www.netvibes.com/

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Newer Web 2.0 services and apps

3. Data 'mash
-
ups'


Web services that pull together data


from different sources to create a


new service (i.e. aggregation and


recombination). Uses, for example, ideas


from data on epic scale and openness of


data.



Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Data 'mash
-
ups'



http://www.housingmaps.com/


http://darwin.zoology.gla.ac.uk/~rpage/


ispecies/


http://www.rrove.com/set/item/59/top
-
11
-
us
-
universities


http://www.blears.net/weather/ (world
weather from BBC RSS feed)

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Data 'mash
-
ups'


http://www.housingmaps.com/


Housingmaps is a search engine for


renting houses. The houses could be


showed on the maps through it


implements the Google maps API


and accesses the Craigslist Database.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Newer Web 2.0 services and apps

4. Tracking and filtering content


Services that keep track of, filter,


analyze and allow search of the


growing amounts of Web 2.0


content from blogs, multimedia


sharing services etc. Uses ideas


from e.g. data on epic scale.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Tracking and filtering content



http://technorati.com/about/


http://www.digg.com/


http://www.blogpulse.com


http://cloudalicio.us/about/

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Tracking and filtering content


http://www.digg.com/


More users digged it, more topped


it appears. The importance of the


information is up to users


votes.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Newer Web 2.0 services and apps

5. Collaborating


Collaborative reference works (like


Wikipedia) that are built using wiki
-


like software tools. Uses ideas from


harnessing the power of the crowd.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Collaborating


http://www.squidoo.com/


http://wikia.com/wiki/Wikia


http://vyew.com/always
-
on/


http://www.systemone.at/en/


http://www.37signals.com/

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps


Collaborating
http://www.squidoo.com/



Everyone is an expert on something.



Squidoo encourage users to build


their own personal valuable lens.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Newer Web 2.0 services and apps

6. Replicate office
-
style


software in the browser Web
-
based


desktop application/document tools.


Replicate desktop applications.


Based on technological developments.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Replicate office
-
style


http://www.google.com/google
-
d
-



s/tour1.html


http://www.stikkit.com/


http://www.backpackit.com/tour



Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Replicate office
-
style


http://www.stikkit.com/


Based on AI and NLP technology, it


could classified the content what


you input into notes, calendar,


events, or bookmarks.

Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Newer Web 2.0 services and apps

7. Source ideas or work from the crowd


Seek ideas, solutions to problems or


get tasks completed by outsourcing to


users of the Web. Uses the idea of


power of the crowd.



Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Source ideas or work from the crowd




http://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome


http://www.innocentive.com/



Key Web 2.0 Services and Apps



Source ideas or work from the crowd


http://www.innocentive.com/


There assembled numerous Seekers


to organize challenging problems and


countless Solvers to create solutions.

Demos for Individual Features



FaceBook


LinkedIn


SocialStream

Standards and Organizations
servicing for Web 2.0



Foaf (reusable profiles)


OpenID (reusable identities)


OpenSocial (reusable APIs)



Trends and Challenges of
Semantic SNSs




Nepomuk social semantic desktop


(Networked Environment for


Personalized, Ontology
-
based


Management of Unified Knowledge)



Semantic: give information a well


defined meaning


Social: supports the interaction and


exchange with others


Trends and Challenges of
Semantic SNSs





SIOC
-
the Semantically
-
Interlinked


Online Communities initiative


To create an ontology that describes


the content of SNSs.


To create new more meaningful links


between the connections.


References


1

Paul Anderson

What is Web 2.0? Ideas,
technologies and implications for education

,
Technology & Standards Watch


2

John Breslin and Stefan Decker

The Future of
Social Networks on the Internet
-
The Need for
Semantics


Digital Enterprise Research Institute,
Galway


3. https://www.linkedin.com/


4. http://www.myspace.com


5. http://www.facebook.com


6. http://www.spock.com/


7. http://www.bebo.com/


8. http://www.friendster.com

References


9. http://www.orkut.com


10.http://nepomuk.semanticdesktop.org


11.http://www.sioc
-
project.org


12.http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Semantic_


MediaWiki


13.http://www.openid.net


14.http://www.foaf
-
project.org


15.http://hcii.cmu.edu/M
-
HCI/2006/SocialstreamProject/index.php


16.http://groupme.org/GroupMe/


17.http://code.google.com/apis/opensocial/

Thanks!

Dec.19, 2007

Brainstorming