Tuesday, July 03, 2007

The Dispersion of Social Media Networks

The social media networks such as Bebo, Myspace, Orkut, Friendster, Facebook and others have contributed greatly in making the world a smaller place. I was a bit surprised to see which social media concerns dominated the different parts of the globe. From this social media map, there's still plenty of room for growth left.

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Looks like there would be some noticeable overlap.

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Jim said...

The influence of social networks appears to be breaking ground along national borders, just as one would expect in a culturally divers planet. While the globe is a rapidly expanding network of links and nodes, the one factor that defines the reality of growth is of course, language. Yes, I can agree, as the global view of social networks clearly defines there is an element of crossover between nations. While there is crossover, I would suspect some viewers avoid content that is in another language simply because they cannot understand or comprehend the message in the medium. The real growth may be realized when voice recognition systems can be accessed to translate content and ingest medium of other cultures automatically. Just think; if a program could automatically translate content into a finite group of languages the borders could just become a little fuzzier while our ability to understand our neighbors in this world could become a lot clearer.