News Popularization in Social Networking

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  • Facework on Facebook: The Presentation of Self in Virtual Life and Its Role in the US Elections.

    Like similar articles used in my annotated bibliography, this article was mostly written to describe how and what certain social networking sites are used for. When reading through the article, the author then described information on how many are starting to switch to Facebook, in order to stay up to date on political news and poll results. I feel, this article ties in with the same viewpoints as the 2010 to 2015 articles, since many were getting news from Facebook.
  • Social Networking and Cloud Computing: Precarious Affordances for the "Prosumer"

    This article tends to go into detail about the framework that goes into developing social networking sites, unlike all of the other articles described. Although, this article throughly explains how "Self-journalism" is starting to be more prevelant and helpful for news sources, on these social media sites. Clearly, this article shares the same viewpoints of all the other articles listed on the timeline.
  • Leveraging Twitter, Linkedin, and Facebook.

    Similar to the other articles described in this timeline, this article describes the uses of many popular social networking sites on the internet. When going into detail, popular social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook aid in spreading News to users of that particular site. This article helps tie into both articles found in 2010 to 2015 and to the other in the 2000 to 2010 category. As described, this article holds similar viewpoints with all of the articles found on the timeline.
  • Social Media Privacy: A Rallying Cry to Librarians.

    Without question, this article supported the view point, of the popularization of News moving to a social networking medium. Although, the article had also described how Librarians have to be more proactive on social networking sites, in order to spread correct information and facts. Which was different than all the articles described from 2000 to 2010. All in all, this article is shares similar viewpoints with the articles describe between 2000 and 2010.
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