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Mapping #e2 OR #e2conf connections in Twitter with NodeXL

The Enterprise 2.0 conference is about to get underway in Boston. The event focuses on all the ways social media tools that are familiar on the consumer Internet are making their way behind the firewall in many enterprises and institutions. Why can’t you “friend” a colleague or “like” a spreadsheet or slide deck? Employees often [...]
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Request a NodeXL Social Media Network Map

Hello!  If you would like to request a custom social media network map made with NodeXL, complete the form below.  I will generate the maps as requests come in and email you a pointer to the results which I will post to my flickr feed here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/marc_smith/sets/72157622437066929/ Loading… Here is a sample map for the [...]
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NodeXL Image in NewScientist: Paper trail: Inside the stem cell wars

The June 9 issue of New Scientist contains an article featuring a map of scientific citation that was generated by NodeXL. The article about the patterns of citation and the time to publication for US and non-US based scientists contains a map of which papers and authors cite which other papers and authors. From New [...]
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June 3 and 4, 2010 – Personal Democracy Forum 2010 – NYC

I spoke on June 4th at the Personal Democracy Forum in New York City about what social media network maps can tell us about various political figures and topics. The video is available here: http://streams.civicolive.com/stream/127/5040/6000. Political discussions are obviously a major area of social media use. This talk explores the ways social network analysis and visualization [...]
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May 28th, 2010 – Workshop: Government Applications of Social Media Networks and Communities, University of Maryland, Human Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL)

http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/soh/ The HCIL Government Applications of Social Media Networks & Communities Workshop, as part of the 27th Annual Human Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) Symposium, at the University of Maryland, examined how social media can be systematically applied to increase civic participation on national priorities. When: Friday, May 28, 2010, 9:30am-4:00pm Where: CSIC Building, UMD, College Park Who: Government thought [...]
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