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Data Solid, but is Williams Looking at Whole Picture
Considering the focus of APOC (USC’s graduate program in the area of online communities of which I am a participant), it should be no surprise the headline of Chris Williams’ recent article in The Register raised a red flag (“‘Facebook fatigue’ kicks in as people tire of social networks”). In the article, Williams asserts that the average length of time users spend on the top three social networks is on the slide: “Bebo, MySpace and Facebook all took double-digit percentage hits in the last months of 2007.” And while Williams goes out of his way to assuage us that ‘social network’ sites are not going to disappear anytime soon, the data presented in the article is alarming....
The rest of my anaylsis of Chris Williams' article go to http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=ddswm24m_57d4djkzhm
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