Not rigorous enough for Beautiful Data, not pretty enough for Art, etc., "The Complete Timeline Of Social Networks, 1960-2012" is still interesting to look at.
Just look at that graph. On the one hand, you have all the social networks that you know. They're about 43.5 percent of our social traffic. On the other, you have this previously unmeasured darknet that's delivering 56.5 percent of people to individual stories. This is not a niche phenomenon! It's more than 2.5x Facebook's impact on the site.
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The best days and times of day for businesses to connect with consumers via social media - it's not what you'd think
▶ Anil Dash on The Web We Lost - YouTube. Published on Apr 4, 2013 In the past decade, we've seen an unprecedented rise of powerful social networks, connecting millions or even billions of people who can now communicate almost instantaneously. But many of the promises that were made by the creators of the earliest social networking technologies have gone unfulfilled. In this talk, Anil Dash—entrepreneur, technologist, and writer—takes a look at some of the unexamined costs, cultural and social.