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A number of people have been studying communities
originating with Flickr, FaceBook, and so forth.
For example, check out danah boyd's post at Centrality
this past September.
She has done more work on such things that anyone I am aware of.
On Nov 4, 2005, at 3:15 AM, Emilie MARQUOIS-OGEZ wrote:
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> Hello everyone,
> I'm looking for examples of virtual communities that gave bearth to
> other virtual communities. I mean that the members of one virtual
> community (a mailing-list for instance) decided to have two virtual
> communities instead of one. The first one is about a subject and the
> second one is about another subject (linked to the first one, more
> specific, for instance).
> Have you ever heard of cases like this?
> Many thanks.
> Emilie Marquois-Ogez
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