1) Blog —>”Integrate” (msm)
-Real Time Virtual FB Loop
-Public–> Bloggers (Journalists)
(Venue/Platform) —->Collective Expc/Action
–Making a map of the internet using the tool your making it with. Changes obj/tool
-the internet is ever changing.
-a platform not a website
– interrelation f./fx. qualitative
-Exchange(“Energy Flow”)-necessary to work
-Ecosystem instead of a spatial structure
3) Common Norms
-Norms of common practices in a blog are formed and modified by the participants/users using it.
-Norms are influenced by formats
-Influenced by common culture—(for maintaining)
-Administration has a bigger influence on the norms than the users do.
4) Visual Blogs, Images & Identity
-Most people who have blog have pics to hide themselves or about themselves.
-Nobody’s holding you to a standard. You can say what you want to say, post what you want
Web Squared/Facebook and Philosophy
-Platforms change with users behavior.
-Theres no more mainstream media
-Publicizing the measurement of your website
– Qualitative relationship. Sphere community do to collaboration of a community.
-Shared interest and values- exp: activist groups, “Obama grows an afro”
– A cause(activist) is just a click of a mouse and you can get very distracted. Facebook makes it to easy. In real life it would be much harder.