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Measuring relevant networks

See our friends, see the sights, feel alright (Supergrass) Relevant net I’ve already mentioned the paper by┬áBernardo A. Huberman, Daniel M. Romero and Fang Wu about Twitter’s social networks (pdf). The point that interested me most was the distinction between contacts and friends. Especially for people with a liberal following policy (i.e. that follow back […]

Who’s investing in microblogging and lifestreaming?

Want to know which venture capitalist invested in which web 2.0-company? Take a look at Crunchbase. It’s all there. And the best thing is: it has a beautiful and responsive API. I couldn’t resist downloading a few entries from this database to visualize the network of investors and companies that’s evolving around the new microblogging […]