I made this Wikidot site for my BIT 330 class at the University of Michigan. It is designed to help a user find information on the web about the social networking industry. Below you can find a list of the main pages in my site and a short description of each. I suggest you start exploring with the Tips and Tutorial page which will help you navigate through the resources and other pages contained here.
|Tips and Tutorial||Helps you navigate through this site and tells you what to do if you are trying to find particular information about social networking|
|Social Networking Overview||Gives some background information on social networking and places you can go to find even further background info|
|Search Tools||Lists and evaluates the usefulness of all the search tools I used on keeping updated with the social networking industry|
|Blogroll||Lists the RSS feeds for websites and tools that I used in my Bloglines Feed Reader and an evaluation of their usefulness|
|Gives a brief description of the social networking site Facebook and a timeline of major events that happened with it from September through November 2008|
|MySpace||Gives a brief description of the social networking site MySpace and a timeline of major events that happened with it from September through November 2008|
|Gives a brief description of the social networking site LinkedIn and a timeline of major events that happened with it from September through November 2008|
|Cumulative Timeline||Integrates the timelines from Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn into one large timeline|
|Blog-Custom Search Engines||My blog on custom search engines and how I used them to to find information on the social networking industry|
|Blog-Yahoo Pipes||My blog on Yahoo Pipes and the problems I encountered when trying to utilize its benefits to find information on the social networking industry|
|All Blog Entries||Cumulative list of all the blog entries I wrote this semester. They all pertain to different search tools and their useful. However, not all of them pertain directly to the social networking industry.|
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