One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The use of dedicated websites and applications to interact with other users, or to find people with similar interests to oneself.
- ‘This is social networking - often at no cost - for the masses.’
- ‘From AP's Justin Pope, I learned that Lycos is repurposing its varied properties into a destination site for social networking.’
- ‘The episode demonstrates the extent to which the administration views social networking as a new arrow in its diplomatic quiver.’
- ‘In the UK, the ubiquity of mobile phones has accompanied the explosion in social networking.’
- ‘But both sites have at their heart not the music or the photos but social networking and the sharing of personal information.’
- ‘Social networking has become one of the fastest-growing internet trends of the past two years.’
- ‘With fewer signs, the Yoon campaign instead touts its expertise with online tools and social networking to reach voters.’
- ‘In the following, I will call attention to two aspects of surveillance in the context of online social networking which are missing or underdeveloped in the previously discussed concepts.’
- ‘Social networking is one of the biggest trends on the Web, with hundreds of millions of people participating.’
- ‘Others are using more email marketing and utilizing social networking.’
- ‘So you are talking about several well-established sites that are also launching social networking.’
- ‘You're visiting a site and maybe it's one that you get e-mail, weekly newsletters from, versus social networking.’
- ‘He reckons the gaming industry is being reinvented by social networking.’
- ‘Much ink, electronic and atomic, has been expended on the subject of social networking and web 2.0.’
- ‘I have to admit I've reconnected with several old friends by finding them or being found on social networking sites.’
- ‘Rather, online social networking is an opportunity to rethink the concept of surveillance.’
- ‘My poorly made point was not that internet-based social networking does not exist, it plainly does.’
- ‘However, despite the nation's apparent ease with social networking, many people doubted the true identity of their online " friends ".’
- ‘The point of social networking is that people stay in touch.’
- ‘What other business models appear in the third space, aside from those we have already seen in social networking today?’
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