by admin on 14/04/10 at 8:07 am
We are currently working on information spreading in FriendFeed context. One of the best things about SIGSNA data is that by being a comprehensive set of data of two weeks is possible to track how specificÂ information – identifiable by a set of keywords – spreads through the network of users. This is what we are doing tracking down the path of the news about the death of the Italian TV host Mike Bongiorno (died in Sept. 2009). The picture that you can see above shows all the Exposed users (users that directly commented AND users that saw the news but decided not to comment).
Isn’t it beautiful? We can’t say more at the moment, but in few days we are submitting a paper about that and hopefully you’ll be able to read it soon in our Data & Papers Section.