Social networking 101

February 2011
Consumer Reports;Feb2011, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p8
The article presents information on social networking web sites, focusing on the terminology most frequently used on such web sites. Web sites discussed include MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter. The author presents definitions for web blogs and wikis. Also discussed are the web sites YouTube, Groupon, and Flickr.


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