Social Graph Articles
I get what Jesse's saying, but I'm okay with our approach benefitting Google. I'm okay with that because the data we create our graph from is available for anyone else to use — from Microsoft to Yahoo to some upstart in college that wants to take on the world. I mean, crawling the whole web and keeping a copy or three around isn't an easy task, but for those who have the desire, they can do so.
Translations: [ Беларускі ] I've been thinking a lot about the social graph for awhile now: aggregating the graph, decentralization, social network portability, etc. If you've seen me at any conference recently, I probably talked your ear off about it. I've gotten good at my verbal/visual presentations, showing my slides , pictures of graphs, and adapting my delivery to you based on your background, facial expressions, questions, etc. This is all a lot harder to do in a blog post where the audience is so diverse, so I've been lazily putting it off.
Many are talking about the Social Graph at the technical level, leaving many business folks with many questions. The following, using clear business language (void of tech speak), will explain what is the Social Graph, why it matters, and what you should do. In respecting your time, I’ve boiled down the entire post to seventy words: Executive Summary The Social Graph is the representation of our relationships. Today, these graphs define our personal, family, or business communities on social websites. Unfortunately, we’re duplicating our same Social Graph on multiple websites, resulting in inaccurate data and time spent managing it.
George Stephanopoulos. Wolf Blitzer. Ana Marie Cox. Three powerful people that you might want to get in touch with, especially if you're in D.C.