Social Networks: Friendface

Just a quick reminder to all of you that are spending too much time on so-called social networks over the holiday weekend.

The short clip below is from Channel 4′s cult series “The IT Crowd” that unfortunately was discontinued last year.

Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to YouTube video

BTW this clip was done long before the piglet flu scare started.

“…Germ Analogy is over…”

Related Posts:

  1. Data visualization: Social networks around the world
  2. link to article
    With new data on Facebook making the headlines yesterday telling us that their user numbers are leveling out in the US and the UK, we remembered that we recently have seen a great info-graphic showing the use of social networks with the most popular providers per country around the world in the French Newspaper “Le Monde”

    The data used in the graphic is from August 2007 but it’s interesting to see the popularity of providers in different countries. There are a few white spots on the map, some…

    continue reading…

  3. Segway adds a social element to its gliders
  4. link to article
    Companies around the world – in an effort to create communities of users around their products – are picking up social networking approaches at a fast pace.

    Earlier this month Segway has started to create a network and communications around their self-balancing scooters, allowing users to communicate, create groups, find like minded people around the world or just in their local area, discuss the latest news and share their experiences.

    Like Nike and other consumer good companies, Segway with its “Segway Social” network is hoping to attract future buyers by providing them…

    Continue reading…

  5. USA: Scaring people all the way around
  6. link to article
    Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart reminds us of the similarity between G.W.Bush’s big bailout speech and his Iraq invasion speech five years ago.

    Continue reading…

  7. Web 2.0: Reuters will launch financial Social Network
  8. link to article
    Reuters is planning to launch this year a financial network for fund managers, traders and analysts similar to MySpace. The web site will be exclusive to Reuters’ subscriber base of about 70,000. “…People don’t want to have 100 friend requests from teenage girls in Florida if they are trading the…

    Continue reading…

Comments Off

Comments are closed.