TITLE

ARQUITECTURA FACEBOOK: DOBLE EXPANSIÓN Y DOBLE ATRACCIÓN. MÁS ALLÁ DE LAS ESTRUCTURAS TÉCNICAS DE LOS INGENIEROS Y PROGRAMADORES

AUTHOR(S)
González, Julián
PUB. DATE
February 2013
SOURCE
Nexus (1900-9909);2013, Vol. 13, p86
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article analyzes how some transformations of the technological and juridical architecture of Facebook contributes to deepen two keys processes of the social network: its fast expansion in the web and in the on-line / off-line life of the people, and its strong capacity of attract to the platform as much the developments of the web as the web/nonweb everyday of the people. To think about these transformations and processes as the result of the work that the people dispose everyday in Facebook can help to understand the scope and, why not, the limitations of that technomutation whose survival and duration is in no way sured.
ACCESSION #
91656848

 

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