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Links tagged with “socialsoftware”

  1. How to run a small social network site for your friends

    A really good description of running something like your own Mastodon server for a few dozen people and, more importantly, handling the social side of things. (via Waxy)

  2. The Social Graph is Neither (Pinboard Blog)

    From last year, a great read about how ever more closely modelled versions of our social networks don’t create as interesting a community as a simple forum (to drastically simplify the argument).

  3. Twitter / philgyford

    I’m enjoying Twitter much, much more than I thought I would. Strangely addictive, and I love hearing what my friends are up to during the day. All a bit oddly broadcast rather than conversational, but still nice.

  4. Ning | Developer : Home

    New site that makes it easy to create your own social software apps, from the secretive 24 Hour Laundry. (I did most of the HTML/CSS.)

  5. Microsoft’s Netscan generates maps of Usenet group activity

    Posted ages ago, the date got mangled on import.

  6. Shirky: Group as User: Flaming and the Design of Social Software

    Worth reading even if it only included this quote:

  7. adaptive path

    Peter Merholz ponders how to make user-added keywords (or

  8. TeledyN: Living with Webservices

    How might services like Flickr, and others link together better?

  9. Stewart Butterfield’s buddy icon mosaic

    What’s surprising is how much familiar faces (friends’ icons and re-purposed images) stand out from the crowd.

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