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Starting a multi-billion dollar Social Network? Easy.

Over 570 new websites are written, designed, coded and published every minute. What does it take to get noticed? What must be done to create a website or Social Network that is that much better than the 820,000 new Websites … Continue reading

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An insight into the workings of todays networks

In this graph I have gathered data from an external source, which shows, the active present percentage change in usage of the population over one year, (orange) and the active percentage of Internet users that use a specific Network, (Blue). After analysis … Continue reading

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Concerning the future

Since this website has been active I have been experimenting with different areas I’d like to concentrate on when it comes to analysis. The field in which has excited me most and that I feel can be developed further is Social Networking.  The … Continue reading

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Our ‘Social History’ mapping the future of online media.

Can MySpace’s track record ever be outdone? I have always admired the quote “Live in the moment, forget the past and don’t concern yourself with the future”. It seems to just be one of those quotes you could probably live … Continue reading

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Where does the United States’ finance fall per state?

With the United States I was always given the impression that all states would be ‘on par’ with each other, hence the ‘United’ States, or at least with very little deviation between them all when it comes to wealth. As … Continue reading

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Averages, like drinking through the morning; everyone knows you shouldn’t but in the moment you feel the need to ignore the consequences.

Averages are commonly misconceived as an extremely useful tool in certain situations. Without a doubt averages are highly useful within most sets of data but they are so overused it essentially blinds you to the true meaning of whatever set … Continue reading

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