Shirky (2009). How cellphones, Twitter, Facebook can make history.

“… what matters here isn’t technical capital, it’s social capital. These tools don’t get socially interesting until they get technologically boring. It isn’t when the shining new tools show up that their uses start permeating society. It’s when everybody is able to take them for granted.” (2:17-2:38)

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Lefever (2007). Social bookmarking in plain English.

Lefever, L. (2007). Social bookmarking in plain English. Common Craft. Retrieved April 7, 2009, from http://www.commoncraft.com/bookmarking-plain-english. [Short video (3:25) that describes social bookmarking using Delicious.com. Browser bookmarking is limited in that it is tied to a single browser/computer. Web-based bookmarking (such as Delicious.com) allows you to access bookmarks from anywhere. Bookmarks can be labeled with … Read more

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Clay (2000). Linking up online.

Clay, R. A. (2000). Linking up online. Monitor on Psychology, 31(4). Retrieved October 22, 2008, from http://www.apa.org/monitor/apr00/linking.html. “… we never would have met except through the Internet.” From a study that examined general Internet usage… “… small but statistically significant increases in depression and loneliness and decreases in social engagement.” “… replacing the intimate, supportive … Read more

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