Month: July 2011

Behavioral Grouping is Essential for the Evolution of the Social Graph

The release of Google+ has garnered much attention for their “Circles” functionality that allows people to manually create groups of people that they can selectively share with on their new social network. This functionality has rekindled the discussion about creating groups to define people within our social graphs. Behavior across networks has shown that most …

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