Entre la dispersión y la volatilidad

Millán, José-Antonio
January 2012
Anuario Think EPI;2012, p254
Academic Journal
The problem of dispersion of the conversations on social networking sites (Facebook, Google+, Twitter, etc.) is presented. The threads of people's conversation who have contributed with their own comments to your post are not always next to it. Despite the existence of partial solutions, a tendency to limit the discussion and the discovery only to our contacts is identified.


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