Monthly Archives: October 2013

Do wise crowds have sticky elites? Brown Bag Talk on the Evolution of Leadership on Social Media Knowledge Markets

Live USTREAM feed Live streaming video by Ustream Presenter: Sorin Adam Matei, Associate Professor of Communication, Discovery Park Research Fellow, Cybercenter Director for Research in Computational Social Science November 13 10:30-11:30 AM Lawson 1142 Brown Bag Lecture Pareto’s “80/20 rule,” which

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Live tweeting the second KredibleNet Workshop co-hosted with MediaX and SMRF at Stanford

We will live tweet the second KredibleNet workshop on Reputation, Trust, and Authority at Stanford University under the hashtag #kredible. Join us… Follow the blog, subscribe to the feed of this site, follow our twitter account @ithinkblog and like our page

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Twitter Under Crisis: Can we trust what we RT?

In this article from 2010 (PDF), Mendoza, Poblete and Castillo of Yahoo! research provide a number of interesting analyses following the 2010 Chilean earthquake. They discuss patterns of tweeting behavior based on the number of followers/followees, as well as patterns

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