The hidden influence of social networks

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Mai jos este o scurtă conferinţă TED despre reţelele sociale (atât offline, cât şi online). Este o scurtă expunere utilă pentru:

  • toţi cei care nu ştiu care este treaba cu blogurile, cu twitter sau Facebook
  • cei care nu înţeleg de ce oamenii acri, pesimişti şi neîncrezători sunt mai slab conectaţi şi contribuie mai puţin decât ceilalţi
  • cei care uită că – din punct de vedere antropologic, psihologic, social, eteric, astral si filozofic – lectura este o activitate socială, indiferent dacă o practici în propria cameră sau în parc.

Citate:

Maybe there is a king of below the surface quite riot that animates us all the time.

Maybe emotions have a collective existence, not just an individual existence.

Unhappy people seem to be located at the edges of a social network.

Social networks can be imagined as a vast social fabric of humanity.

Whether your friend know each other has not just to do with their genes, but with yours.

Networks have value. They are a kind of social capital. New proprieties emerged because of our embeddedness of social networks.

We form social networks because the benefits of a connected life outway the costs.

If we realize how valuable social networks are, we’d spend a lot more time nourishing them and sustaining them.

The world needs now more connections.

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