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Anthropology: The Art of Building a Successful Social Site - Re. Picture if you will, a collaborative site that runs on two servers, is managed by four people, and has attracted a third of its target demographic within six months of launch.

Anthropology: The Art of Building a Successful Social Site - Re

A site that has had 800,000 posts submitted by its users in its short lifetime and has 16 million pageviews/month - and growing. This is the story of Stack Overflow, a free question and answer site built by developers for developers that has fostered a strong and committed online community in under one year. How? Easy, according to founder Joel Spolsky; all it takes is an understanding of anthropology and a lot of determination. "As we move from the era of computing into the era of the Internet, we no longer need to worry about computer-human interaction. " Holy Cow, The White House Has a Digg Clone - ReadWriteWeb. The White House has launched a new web site where anyone can submit and vote up their most important questions for President Obama about the economy.

Holy Cow, The White House Has a Digg Clone - ReadWriteWeb

That's right - the White House has a Digg clone! At least for the next two days. Buzzwatch : Wisdom on Crowds: What CEOs Need to Know About the S. From blogs and Wikipedia to Facebook and Twitter, each new wave of digital communications generates more upheaval for businesses.

Buzzwatch : Wisdom on Crowds: What CEOs Need to Know About the S

In his recent book, “Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations,” Clay Shirky explores the ramifications of a world in which people can find each other and collaborate with increasing ease. Mr. Shirky is a writer, consultant and faculty member at New York University (we recently highlighted his comments on the payoff from converting TV-watching time into more productive endeavors). Buzzwatch recently caught up with Mr. Wij bouwen een wijk.