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Fri Feb 24 2006 00:00:10

Analysis of Community Participation

By: Ina Steiner

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Yahoo person's observation on "community," quite interesting: http://www.elatable.com/blog/?p=5

Somewhere in that triangle should be the less-than-half percent that is disruptive and can lead to the demise (or serious damaging) of the community!




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Analysis of Community Participation   Analysis of Community Participation

by: Kelvin

Fri Feb 24 05:05:48 2006

The idea is a good one, thanks for linking to it.  But it applies to all kinds of creative things.  All media, art and other things (that are good) are created by the few and enjoyed by the many.  It is just that the geeks can go on and on about it, and have a passion for stating the obvious.  Flickr and Deli.cio.us and many of the other social networks are cool, but like one of the comments stated we are all part of real networks that can not just be turned off with the flick of a switch.

You can spend as much time in a real library getting information as you can online.  I love the social networks, and some of the sites like Amazon that allow users to add content.  But that is why I started blogging, because I wanted to make my content work for me and not just for Amazon.    



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