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July 17, 2009


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Yari McGauley

The anecdotal evidence I have on young peoples Twitter usage suggests that only about 4% use Twitter.

I presented career options in the web industry to Year 10 students at Mullumbimby High, only 6 students use Twitter, out of 150...

Most have never even heard of it. Interestingly, most use MySpace (roughly 80%), and only about 30% used Facebook.

But maybe that's just little 'ol country Mullum.

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Doris Osborne

Social networks grow from the personal interactions of human beings over time, as well as from from the technological infrastructure that connects those humans. This means that growing a successful online social network requires social know-how as well as technical expertise. Interactions include those that take place face-to-face, via telephone, online, and even via things we send each other in the postal mail.

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