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Collecting and analysing psychological research on the most popular social networking site in the world today.

Posts Tagged 'datamining'

Review paper: Privacy and publicity – Facebook’s no fun anymore

There has been a lot of talk about Facebook and privacy all through its history, but especially so in the last month, since some new changes were made. What this post will attempt to do is to clarify what changes have taken place; secondly, the reaction to these changes; thirdly, what they mean on a […]

17 May 2010 at 01:00 - Comments
Great article include very utility datas. Thank you! Taci.
18 May 10 at 06:19

Why Facebook is #1 – the most healthy bill in the world! And how!

Social media scientist (his words) Dan Zarella has compiled some very curious datamining results from Facebook. Among which are what he reckons to be: – the best days to share – the effects of digits on sharing – the effect of readability on sharing – and the most and least ‘shareable’ words on Facebook   […]

14 May 2010 at 16:00 - Comments

Did you make it into the top 100?

Günter datamined 120 million profiles and has a list of the most popular first names, here: 100 Most Popular First Names at Facebook | Life of Günter

24 April 2010 at 18:16 - Comments