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The Moai is a strong lifelong network that provides social, emotional and financial support in times of need. The Moai plays an important role throughout the lifespan, well into old age. With this close group of friends, the elderly feel valued and that their lives have meaning and purpose, something senior citizens in many Western countries sadly don’t experience. Importance of social networks in our life Advent of the social networking platform helped to enhance communication between the people and business.

World has become a smaller place thanks to face book and twitter where people can meet their friends and colleagues both old and new. They can post their thoughts, chat or even play games. Social networking sites brought governance closer to people.

Political leaders and govt officials are also using social network sites to interact with citizens. Finding a job is never been this easier. One can buildup her/his profile online, apply for jobs and can attract the job opportunities.

Your Facebook friends may number in the hundreds—but there’s nothing that can make your large social network seem super small like seeing your real-life. Reliance upon social network data to construct relational datasets that reflect who people actually interact with – rather than simply who people state their friends are – has great potential to clarify how socialization processes unfold and moreover, how social processes interact with biological processes of human development. David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin’s new film about the founding of Facebook, The Social Network, is an entertaining movie that anybody who cares about power, business, and the human need to matter.

The Social Network came out five years ago today, and the social network it depicted has only grown since.While the Aaron Sorkin-penned movie depicted some clear losers and winners, all the real. The Importance of Networking in Real Life, Not Just Online Personal connections pave the way to building your work-at-home career, increasing your opportunities and your rewards. The Real Life Social Network v2 1. THE REAL LIFE SOCIAL NETWORK Hi everyone, thanks for coming. 2. @padday So my name is Paul Adams and I work in the UX team at Google.

Iʼm the user research lead for social, and work on things like Buzz and YouTube. Companies see the importance of using social media to connect with customers and build revenue. Businesses have realized they can use social media to generate insights, stimulate demand, and create targeted product offerings.

This is important in traditional brick-and-motor businesses, and, obviously, in the world of e-commerce.

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The main added value of social networks lies in the number of users, and the time spent on them.

“Handbook of Social Media Management: Value Chain and Business Models in Changing Media Markets” by Mike Friedrichsen, Wolfgang Mühl-Benninghaus
from Handbook of Social Media Management: Value Chain and Business Models in Changing Media Markets
by Mike Friedrichsen, Wolfgang Mühl-Benninghaus
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013

Indeed, our innate need for social interaction has always drawn people together to form real-world social networks where members sought to build and maintain a sense of community through interconnectedness with others.

“Handbook of Research on Web 2.0 and Second Language Learning” by Thomas, Michael
from Handbook of Research on Web 2.0 and Second Language Learning
by Thomas, Michael
Information Science Reference, 2009

Focusing on the main actions of consumers in social networks, socialization with friends (preexisting) and the creation of new friends stand out, as does the exchange of information about brand-related experiences (Chu and Kim 2011).

“Handbook of Strategic e-Business Management” by Francisco J. Martínez-López
from Handbook of Strategic e-Business Management
by Francisco J. Martínez-López
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2013

Following the analysis of the importance of social networks for the development of virtual communities, we now demonstrate that virtual communities in today’s environment are also a crucial instrument to create and maintain social networks, and a valuable system to create and share knowledge.

“Virtual Communities: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications” by Management Association, Information Resources
from Virtual Communities: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications
by Management Association, Information Resources
Information Science Reference, 2010

Social networks require social and human interaction for bonding and cohesion.

“Community Practice: Theories and Skills for Social Workers” by David A. Hardcastle, Patricia R. Powers, Stanley Wenocur
from Community Practice: Theories and Skills for Social Workers
by David A. Hardcastle, Patricia R. Powers, Stanley Wenocur
Oxford University Press, 2004

Individuals are reconstructing themselves in social networks, and they prefer to meet all their needs such as friendship relations, relations of private life, consumption habits, shopping, expressing their political thoughts and their music taste through these networks.

“New Media and Visual Communication in Social Networks” by K?r, Serpil
from New Media and Visual Communication in Social Networks
by K?r, Serpil
IGI Global, 2019

For these reasons social networks have also been adopted for the purpose of education and have become an essential part

“Emerging Trends in Intelligent Computing and Informatics: Data Science, Intelligent Information Systems and Smart Computing” by Faisal Saeed, Fathey Mohammed, Nadhmi Gazem
from Emerging Trends in Intelligent Computing and Informatics: Data Science, Intelligent Information Systems and Smart Computing
by Faisal Saeed, Fathey Mohammed, Nadhmi Gazem
Springer International Publishing, 2019

Social networks definitely serve the purpose of keeping in touch • with friends and family.

“Social Media Playbook for Business: Reaching Your Online Community with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and More: Reaching Your Online Community with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and More” by Tom Funk
from Social Media Playbook for Business: Reaching Your Online Community with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and More: Reaching Your Online Community with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and More
by Tom Funk
ABC-CLIO, 2011

These include social networks and other applications that provide for interaction between people.

“Managing and Using Information Systems: A Strategic Approach” by Keri E. Pearlson, Carol S. Saunders, Dennis F. Galletta
from Managing and Using Information Systems: A Strategic Approach
by Keri E. Pearlson, Carol S. Saunders, Dennis F. Galletta
Wiley, 2019

Rather than examining the connections among only members of a relatively small bounded network like a company or a fraternity, connections in online social networks can be made among any of the millions of users of the social network site, making these networks much less restrictive.

“The Handbook of Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Theoretical Approaches, Empirical Findings, and Treatments” by W. Keith Campbell, Joshua D. Miller
from The Handbook of Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Theoretical Approaches, Empirical Findings, and Treatments
by W. Keith Campbell, Joshua D. Miller
Wiley, 2011

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  • For more Factually Right and Wrong videos, check out our playlist!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIYpnlu9IMo&list=PLmZTDWJGfRq1EfDAKAQFH707J_sFz7oV7

  • Who would have known watching a movie about the process of Facebook would be so entertaining the actors were top tier for the role of this movie though

  • The “I’m CEO, Bitch” is so Jessie Pinkman. Zuckerberg may have billions, but he’s got ZERO class. Honestly, FB was just a MySpace rip-off that let you link to other accounts, and they billed it as “exclusive” to Havard and Stanford pricks.

  • the number 1 isn’t correct, mark zuckerberg was dating his soon to be wife before he made facebook and he stated that he made facebook bc he likes building programs

  • While i do care about a certain level of accuracy, The thing about the way Sean Parker found out about Facebook is that, the scene in the movie does 4 important things in one scene:
    1. Establish the fact that Sean is a womanizer
    2. Foreshadow him getting in trouble for underage girls, with the dialogs.
    4. Smart exposition about his career through dialog
    3. He finds out about Fb.

    While it’s obviously interesting to hear how the real thing happened, it’s important to realize why the scene was the way it was.

  • biodramas can’t be 100% accurate. writers have to change things or add things to strength the script or even protect the identity of fictional portrayals based on a real life person. Sorry, but movie goers don’t understand that lawsuits can occur especially if it leads to defamation.

  • The movie was full of ****. But Eisenberg was very memorable as an a******. Then you find out he’s the same in every movie. Ben Mezrich is also a B-novel writer who’s specialty is pretty much making stuff up about sex, violence and greed.

  • Social media =/= social interaction
    Social media is way too much into social interaction when it can’t. Social media is creating an opposite which is social interaction.
    It should be the other way around. 
    I can sense a gap. 

    Social media fills that gap; being accepted.
    While in real life no one gives a fuck about you. (it may seem so, but it’s the opposite)
    People grabbing their phones when they feel insecure irl..: dependance, because social media makes you feel connected to the world. 
    The guy in the central station was overwhelmed/embarressed/awkward.
    As if there is a set of rules for social life (don’t be gay or something, or considered gay). Gay as in; embarressed or the way you act that could be seen as embarressing/awkward. They think someone is watching who is judgmental (for example; they think, what others think, that they look stupid). Which is what media does!) 
    And media life. (do w/e the fuck you want or say. Unless something is truely gay, no one gives a fuck about the stuff that is seen as “gay” in real life)
    shouldn’t it be one set of rules. 
    I know a person, but some see him as gay.
    Because he breaks through the barrier of awkward?
    When you’re behind a screen, you don’t have to feel awkward, right
    In real life, the stuff from social media, is considered awkward all of sudden

    what’s your opinion on this whole media stuff? I think the media fills the gap to feel accepted even when life doesn’t give you lemons. You should! But don’t settle with that.

  • Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, Justin Timberlake should come back for the sequels Social Network 2 and 3 with the new conflicts and lawsuits and revolutions. We will get the USA government and Russian government in involved in the story of the sequels and see how Mark Zuckerberg evolves, and how Saverin continues his life in Singapore and what happened to Sean Parker.

  • When he added the relationship aspect in the film, it was not meant to convey the fact he did it to get a girlfriend. It was meant to show an ingenious idea he implemented into Facebook because of a dilemma he heard from another student.

  • Lol just think about the reality you can truly create for yourself. Get a note pad and write down your goals. Go outside and put one foot in front of the other.

  • As many have pointed out, they did not portray Zuckerberg’s personality right at all. From reading about him, he is robot-like, a lizard. That is the most important part when doing a biopic on someone, their essence. They focused on his code writing genius and I think they wanted to appeal to college students who can relate to this college life, and only care about the idea of social status with sleeping with a cute girl. Would have liked a mature screenwriter and director to have made this as I love biopics and memoir type movies.

  • Hi Alex I saw you Documentary and I liked the first 18sec intro with the social media icons can you tell me where you got that from?

  • Mark zukerbarg is great. Girlfriend left him and happen in life but girl is important. ### respect….. Frist choise is greatly……..

  • It is ironic. I got inspired by this movie back in college to start my own company. Now after I started it,most of it has failed to Corona virus and lack of funds. I am here by luck to watch about this movie.

  • All things done Mark wasn’t a very loyal person for sure. He made use of people and dump them if they are incompetent, even when dealing with his close friend who help him in the initial stage, he honestly might not even start Facebook without him.

  • The movie never claimed that he started the website to meet girls, but rather that he knew that would draw other people to the webiste.

  • Did anyone actually read the title of the video? It wasn’t “A critique of The Social Network.” This video was just about saying how it diverged from the truth.

  • Doubting this video very much Mark’s face was 100% featured on the first Facebook design, you just need to simply search ‘orginal facebook design’ into Google!

  • They got a lot of wrong with Eduardo Saverin on the film. But Andrew Garfield acting was really amazing esp. on the part he was raging when his share went down from. 3 to 0.3

  • Mark handed out the “I’m CEO bitch” business cards to friends, family and other people he was close to and he handed out the business cards that said “CEO” to businesses which is smart because you wouldn’t give a business a business card that had the word “bitch” on it would you?

  • The director said that some of the changes done to make the characters appear more misogynistic as a way of moking nerds and geeks from 1980s and 1990s movies.

  • It’s a great movie to watch.But hate this movie in so many ways,I mane considering everybody in it,I mean in real is a major asshole,And they al take credit for what,That you can now go online expose your life to the world,And wait somebody from your past,Or maybe with grudge could get back at you,And now some scammer on the side of the world can pretend. to be you,Yup I hope sure if the Russians had Facebook look baCK IN THE Cold Wars years, I think history would hav e played. out differently..There should be sequel to it,Since there current drama. in real life,Is better then what was happening in the movie.

  • social media can be a breeding ground for criminals…and opportunist looking to be aggressive about the promotion of toxic lifestyles. Ask me how I know!

  • Mark is a lizard alien and I’m glad I don’t use facebook. Especially after it was found to be selling users data. Fact, he did steal the idea just like the movie shows and he had to pay up. Those twins invested in bitcoin in the early days. I just can’t trust someone who doesn’t blink.

  • Ha haa. You should have walked into a room full of people and screamed: “Hey everybody! I have a new sweater. Do you like my new sweater???” Excellent video! Once you stop using social media, you realize how absolutely ridiculous people’s behavior is on there.

  • Thanks for sharing this great insight on how social media changed our world nowadays. Social media has given us great ways to protect and build our digital reputations.

  • Technology?

    Revelation 12:9, And the great dragon was cast out, the old serpent called Devil, and Satan, who deceives the whole world. He was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him. 10 And I heard a great voice saying in Heaven, Now has come the salvation and power and the kingdom of our God, and the authority of His Christ. For the accuser of our brothers is cast down, who accused them before our God day and night. 11 And they overcame him because of the blood of the Lamb, and because of the word of their testimony. And they did not love their soul until death. 12 Therefore rejoice, O heavens, and those tabernacling in them. Woe to the inhabitants of the earth and in the sea! For the Devil came down to you, having great wrath, knowing that he has but a little time. (MKJV)

  • Yeah, but about the dialogue. You NEVER ever write it realistic. That would be boring, full of stuttering and sometimes pointless. You always write as if the character planned his dialogue a day before.

  • do you wanna be my friend? lol
    really does put in a diffrent perspective to what social media does more visually in a sense. insightful video thank you