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DEFINITION: MySpace.com is a popular social networking Web site.Originally founded as a venue for aspiring musicians and bands to share music and concert dates, MySpace has grown into a complex site where users can create profiles, including photographs, blogs, music or movie preferences. Other features of the site include chat rooms, forums, classified ads, newsgroups and a venue for sharing videos or music.  … 
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Making Web 2.0 Work for Your Enterprise: Internal Deployments
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Making knowledge more visible increases innovation and shortens turnaround times. Increased collaboration accelerates productivity. With Web 2.0, your company transforms into a more-socially connected organization that reacts faster and more effectively to the market.
Posted: 03 Apr 2009 | Published: 01 Aug 2008

Oracle Corporation

Limelight Networks Content Delivery Network (CDN)
sponsored by Limelight Networks, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Whether your goal on the web is to inform, sell, entertain, or persuade, your site needs to meet the expectations of today's Internet users. Rich web pages, rapid fire communications, huge software downloads, and an expanding universe of digital media require a new approach to content delivery. Read this paper to see what Limelight has to offer.
Posted: 06 Mar 2009 | Published: 06 Mar 2009

Limelight Networks, Inc.

Email Marketing Goes Social
sponsored by Silverpop Systems Inc. an IBM Company
WHITE PAPER: Read this paper to get tips about how to best implement a successful social email marketing campaign.
Posted: 26 Nov 2008 | Published: 26 Nov 2008

Silverpop Systems Inc. an IBM Company

It's 2008: Do You Know Where Your Talent Is? - Connecting People to What Matters
sponsored by SAP America, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: Demand for knowledge workers is rising even as their skills and abilities are falling into short supply. This research report about acquisition and retention strategies questions the "war for talent" approach to these emerging trends.
Posted: 10 Sep 2008 | Published: 09 Sep 2008

SAP America, Inc.

Innovative Collaboration to Advance Your Business
sponsored by IBM
WHITE PAPER: In this white paper learn how to bypass the challenge of adding new collaborative capabilities to what you already have and how to deal with dispersed content sources and system redundancies.
Posted: 01 Jul 2008 | Published: 01 Apr 2007

IBM

Social Computing for Organizations: Open Text in the Web 2.0 Paradigm
sponsored by OpenText Corporation
WHITE PAPER: This white paper focuses on how companies can benefit from the growing opportunities provided by social computing.
Posted: 18 Jun 2008 | Published: 01 Dec 2007

OpenText Corporation

Magic Quadrant for Team Collaboration and Social Software, 2007
sponsored by Socialtext
WHITE PAPER: The collaboration support market is being revitalized, with buyers and sellers looking to add social interaction in the context of broad collaboration support. Read this Gartner white paper which discusses new and established vendors in this market...
Posted: 05 Dec 2007 | Published: 24 Oct 2007

Socialtext

Grow Faster by Connecting Your People: IBM Lotus Connections Software
sponsored by IBM Software Group
WHITE PAPER: Read this paper to learn more about this software and how you can find and collaborate with experts; easily locate people and information; build closer partner and customer relationships; and foster bottom-up, community-based innovation.
Posted: 03 Aug 2007 | Published: 01 Apr 2007

IBM Software Group
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SOCIAL COMPUTING DEFINITION (continued): … MySpace.com is a popular social networking Web site.Originally founded as a venue for aspiring musicians and bands to share music and concert dates, MySpace has grown into a complex site where users can create profiles, including photographs, blogs, music or movie preferences. Other features of the site include chat rooms, forums, classified ads, newsgroups and a venue for sharing videos or music. Each user can choose to invite friends to create profiles or link to existing ones, creating a social network that can be exponentially expanded as users with similar tastes, interests or shared friends are discovered and added. Extremely popular with teenagers and young adults, MySpace.com has seen explosive growth in recent years, with a current base of over 59 million users, reflecting both broader cultural trends offline and a unique culture online. Rupert Murdoch's NewsCorp purchased the site in 2005 for $580 million dollars.See also: six degrees of separation
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