Complex networks: Most larger social networks display features of social complexity, which involves substantial non-trivial features of network topology, with patterns of complex connections between elements that are neither purely regular nor purely random (see, complexity science, dynamical system and chaos theory), as do biological, and technological networks. Such complex network features include a heavy tail in the degree distribution, a high clustering coefficient, assortativity or disassortativity among vertices, community structure (see stochastic block model), and hierarchical structure. In the case of agency-directed networks these features also include reciprocity, triad significance profile (TSP, see network motif), and other features. In contrast, many of the mathematical models of networks that have been studied in the past, such as lattices and random graphs, do not show these features.
Understanding Mobiles: Understanding mobile devices is a significant aspect of digital marketing because smartphones and tablets are now responsible for 64% of the time US consumers are online (Whiteside, 2016). Apps provide a big opportunity as well as challenge for the marketers because firstly the app needs to be downloaded and secondly the person needs to actually use it. This may be difficult as ‘half the time spent on smartphone apps occurs on the individuals single most used app, and almost 85% of their time on the top four rated apps’ (Whiteside, 2016). Mobile advertising can assist in achieving a variety of commercial objectives and it is effective due to taking over the entire screen, and voice or status is likely to be considered highly; although the message must not be seen or thought of as intrusive (Whiteside, 2016). Disadvantages of digital media used on mobile devices also include limited creative capabilities, and reach. Although there are many positive aspects including the users entitlement to select product information, digital media creating a flexible message platform and there is potential for direct selling (Belch & Belch, 2012).
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Kik- it’s rated 17+ for a reason. ooVoo I have never heard of before. WhatsApp- heard of it, but it’s not popular in my social circle, so I unfortunately can’t supply any useful information. Instagram- fairly safe to use. Most of my friends just use it to chat with one another. Just make sure your kid sets theirs to private, and they should be fine. Tumblr- can have inappropriate content(porn, “smut”, profanity, graphic images of self-harm, drug use, etc.), but is generally fine since content that one will come across is determined by who one follows and which tags they search for. Radical politics are a theme throughout the website, too, but as long as you keep tabs on your kid’s blog, it should be fine. Twitter- can have profanity, but generally fairly safe to use. It’s good as long as it’s set to private. Vine- has plenty of inappropriate content. Not necessarily appropriate for every teen(let alone tweens), but most of it is just annoying stuff that kids at school will quote until they’ve sucked all the humor out of it. Burn Note- never heard of it, let alone used it before. Snapchat- pretty tame. Usually just videos of people acting like idiots and silly face selfies. Whisper- can have some pretty dark content. If I were a parent, I wouldn’t let a kid use it. Yik-Yak- I’d watch them pretty closely if they’re using this one. MeetMe- never heard of this. Omegle- keep them away from this. This is clearly for adults. Skout- don’t know much about it, but I’ve heard of it. Tinder- this and Grindr are both hook-up apps that should probably not be used by teenagers, though they should be fine for adults. A few more to add: Google+- practically no one uses this, but it should be fine. Reddit- as long as they only subscribe to appropriate subs, it should be fine. They probably won’t tell you they use Reddit if they do, though—it kinda defeats the purpose. Pinterest- absolutely fine for everyone. They might use Pinterest instead of doing their homework, though, so be warned… 4chan- if your teen is using this site, throw their computer out the window. 4chan isn’t even appropriate for adults. MySpace- if your kid is using this, they may have blows to their self-esteem due to them not being ranked as their best friend’s best friend. FaceBook- fewer teens are using this anymore. It’s mostly just parents. I don’t even know anyone under the age of 25 who uses this. Vimeo- kind of like YouTube, but fewer trolls in the comments section. YouTube- tons of profanity. Make sure they’re only watching appropriate stuff. Voat- basically a European clone of Reddit. People who get banned from Reddit flock to there, though, so it’s basically filled with the worst of Reddit. Digg- basically no one uses this. LinkedIn- teenagers will probably not be using this. It’s usually accountants and businesspeople who are looking to get jobs. Flick- photosharing. Mostly photography. iFunny- funny pictures and internet memes. Lots of swearing, but the content itself is pretty tame. LiveJournal- don’t know too much about this, but it’s pretty much like its name. WattPad- monitor their use of this. It has lots of erotic fan-fiction. Text messaging- don’t read these unless you have reason to believe they are in danger. It’s kind of like reading their diary, if their diary was a chat log. Telephone- this is used less and less and texting more and more, but they’ll be fine if they’re using the phone to call people. Don’t eavesdrop on their conversations, though. That’s snooping, and those are private (to them, the person they called, and the NSA : ) FaceTime/Skype- they should be fine, but make sure they’re safe if they’re skyping or facetiming a boyfriend or girlfriend. Actually talking to people- if they’re doing this, be glad. Don’t eavesdrop. This is the most private mode of communication. : ) Basically, as a rule of thumb, if it’s on the web for anyone to access, checking it out is fine and is never snooping, but if you’re stealing their phone in order to read their text messages one they’ve fallen asleep, that’s snooping, and it’s probably going to make them trust you less. Also, teenagers might sign up for social media accounts without your permission or knowledge. This is pretty normal, and usually is fine, but sometimes can be dangerous. If they’re over the age of 13, they can legally sign up for many social media accounts without parental permission, but it still is technically you responsibility as a parent to do your best to keep them safe online. Be aware of their online activity, but don’t be nagging or nosy or disrespect their privacy. Hopefully this has been helpful : )
Principal photography began in October 2009 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Scenes were filmed around the campuses of two Massachusetts prep schools, Phillips Academy and Milton Academy. Additional scenes were filmed on the campus of Wheelock College, which was set up to be Harvard’s campus. (Harvard has turned down most requests for on-location filming ever since the filming of Love Story (1970), which caused significant physical damage to the campus.) Filming took place on the Keyser and Wyman quadrangles in the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University from November 2–4, which also doubled for Harvard in the film. The first scene in the film, where Zuckerberg is with his girlfriend, took 99 takes to finish. The film was shot on the Red One digital cinema camera. The rowing scenes with the Winklevoss brothers were filmed at Community Rowing Inc. in Newton, Massachusetts and at the Henley Royal Regatta. Although a significant portion of the latter half of the film is set in Silicon Valley, the filmmakers opted to shoot those scenes in Los Angeles and Pasadena. Miniature faking process was used in a sequence showing a rowing event at the Henley Royal Regatta.
Snapchat is a social networking app that thrives on instant messaging and is totally mobile-based. It’s one of the fastest growing apps out there, building its popularity on the idea of self-destructing “snaps.” You can send a photo or short video as a message (a snap) to a friend, which automatically disappears a few seconds after they’ve viewed it.
Just as television turned a nation of people who listened to media content into watchers of media content in the 1950s to the 1980s, the emergence of social media has created a nation of media content creators. According to 2011 Pew Research data, nearly 80% of American adults are online and nearly 60% of them use social networking sites. More Americans get their news via the Internet than from newspapers or radio, as well as three-fourths who say they get news from e-mail or social media sites updates, according to a report published by CNN. The survey suggests that Facebook and Twitter make news a more participatory experience than before as people share news articles and comment on other people’s posts. According to CNN, in 2010 75% of people got their news forwarded through e-mail or social media posts, whereas 37% of people shared a news item via Facebook or Twitter.
Social media often features in political struggles to control public perception and online activity. In some countries, Internet police or secret police monitor or control citizens’ use of social media. For example, in 2013 some social media was banned in Turkey after the Taksim Gezi Park protests. Both Twitter and YouTube were temporarily suspended in the country by a court’s decision. A new law, passed by Turkish Parliament, has granted immunity to Telecommunications Directorate (TİB) personnel. The TİB was also given the authority to block access to specific websites without the need for a court order. Yet TİB’s 2014 blocking of Twitter was ruled by the constitutional court to violate free speech. More recently, in the 2014 Thai coup d’état, the public was explicitly instructed not to ‘share’ or ‘like’ dissenting views on social media or face prison. In July that same year, in response to Wikileaks’ release of a secret suppression order made by the Victorian Supreme Court, media lawyers were quoted in the Australian media to the effect that “anyone who tweets a link to the Wikileaks report, posts it on Facebook, or shares it in any way online could also face charges”.
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As a clinical psychologist and speaker on raising kids in the Instant Gratification Generation, I found this to be extremely helpful and to the point. I have shared it with many parents. New apps are developed all the time so sharing this information is the best way for parents to know what is out there. In area the app causing an rash of cyberbullying and threats to schools is the “anonymous” app called Burnbook, which is based on the Burn Book from the movie Mean Girls.
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