Tag Archives: human interaction

Observing social behavior through a fishbowl

Is human behavior changing because of the way the web has allowed us to interact, or  are we still following the same basic social rules as, lets say 10 years ago? My guess is that human behavior is affected around … Continue reading

Posted in Danah Boyd, Facebook, fishbowl, Harvard research, human behavior, Rolf Skyberg, social behavior | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The flaws in web 2.0 and how to correct them part 2

After I wrote my earlier post called “The flaws in web 2.0 and how to correct them” I was surprised by the really positive replies and also the quality of the discussion that seems to have been triggered by it. … Continue reading

Posted in emotions, Facebook, friends, future of advertisement, on-line advertisement, OpenID, sharing, social capital, social networks, true interaction | Tagged , , , , , , | 5 Comments