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I know this is not a typical group... yet, our interests would dictate
at least some curiosity in this realm.
You describe an active member. I have observed that many people get on
these sites with great excitement and activity for a week or a month
and then never log on again... but then again I only see the network
I'm embedded in. ;-)
On Aug 4, 2005, at 11:16 AM, danah boyd wrote:
> Also, what's 'active'? A lot of self-reported users indicate that
> they use it when they have a question that it can answer (People DNS)
> or when they need to contact a group of their friends. In this way,
> users are as active on this as they are on MSExcel - you use it when
> its the tool that can solve the problem you have.
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