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Posts Tagged 'users'

‘Comparing actual and self-reported measures of Facebook use’ – surprising result

Heh. Numerous studies exist examining how college students use Facebook and how this affects aspects of their college experience; however, all of these studies have relied on self-report measures of Facebook use. Research in other areas of human behavior has shown that self-report measures are substantially inaccurate when compared to actual behaviors. This study provides […]

21 January 2013 at 17:18 - Comments

Face of things to come: The philosophy of Facebook

(Credit: Audrey Fukuman, As I predicted, the privacy debate about Facebook came to nothing, as it appears that Facebook growth ACCELERATED in the last month, thereby proving the old adage that ‘any publicity is good publicity’. The bottom line is that the vast majority of Facebook’s users really don’t care enough about the privacy […]

23 June 2010 at 13:00 - Comments

Facebook User Profiling

A presentation detailing the research which I intend to carry out in the immediate future…   Facebook User Profile on Prezi

27 February 2010 at 03:23 - Comments