“90-9-1” Rule for Participation Inequality: Lurkers vs. Contributors in Internet Communities Jakob Nielsen’s Alertbox

enero 9, 2010

Jakob Nielsen’s

Alertbox, October 9, 2006:

Participation Inequality: Encouraging More Users to Contribute Summary: In most online communities, 90% of users are lurkers who never contribute, 9% of users contribute a little, and 1% of users account for almost all the action. All large-scale, multi-user communities and online social networks that rely on users to contribute content or build services share one property: most users don’t participate very much. Often, they simply lurk in the background.In contrast, a tiny minority of users usually accounts for a disproportionately large amount of the content and other system activity. This phenomenon of participation inequality was first studied in depth by Will Hill in the early ’90s, when he worked down the hall from me at Bell Communications Research see references below.the 90-9-1 rule for participation in an online communityWhen you plot the amount of activity for each user, the result is a Zipf curve, which shows as a straight line in a log-log diagram. User participation often more or less follows a 90-9-1 rule:

  • 90% of users are lurkers i.e., read or observe, but don’t contribute.
  • 9% of users contribute from time to time, but other priorities dominate their time.

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  • 1% of users participate a lot and account for most contributions: it can seem as if they don’t have lives because they often post just minutes after whatever event they’re commenting on occurs.

  • Universal Mccann International Social Media Research Wave 3

    enero 6, 2010

    Universal Mccann International Social Media Research Wave 3

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    Universal Mccann International Social Media Research Wave 3.


    Comparison of reference management software – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    noviembre 9, 2009

    The following tables compare reference management software.

    Contents

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    In the “notes” section, there is a difference between:

    • web-based, referring to applications that may be installed on a web server (usually requiring MySQL or another database and PHPperlPython, or some other language for webapps)
    • centrally-hosted website

     

    Comparison of reference management software – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


    YouTube – Wikis in Plain English

    octubre 15, 2009

    Comienzo la planeación para desarrollar los proyectos sobre wikis. De la web podemos encontrar esta serie de videos didácticos y faciles de comprender.

    En este caso el tema de las wikis.

    YouTube – Wikis in Plain English.

    Mas videos en la dirección de Leefever

    http://www.youtube.com/user/leelefever


    Top 100 Anthropology Blogs | Online Universities.com

    abril 28, 2009

    By Holly McCarthy

    It doesn’t matter if you’re studying capuchins in South America or the social interactions in American college bars, there is a blogger out there who shares your interests. University students, academics, professors and those who just love anthropology have helped to create a great assortment of online discourse about the field. We’ve compiled a list of 100 that are definitely worth a read.

    Top 100 Anthropology Blogs | Online Universities.com.


    Amaya Binary Releases

    abril 16, 2009

    Amaya is intended to be a comprehensive client environment for testing and evaluating new proposals for Web standards and formats. A large part of the intended features of Amaya are implemented in this release, but some of them are not complete yet.

    Check out the list of new features.

    The Amaya binary distribution is available for PC Linux, Windows (NT, XP, 2000) and Mac OS X. Users having other architectures are expected to compile the Amaya source code.

    Release schedule

    There are about three Amaya releases a year. Between each major release, we may generate patch releases or snapshots which fix important bugs.

    Each time a new release is available, an email is sent to the www-amaya mailing list.

    Getting the binary distribution

    The binary distribution is available for a set of Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms.

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    el esquema, el Id, y el id 2.0

    noviembre 4, 2008

    Pensando en el tema del “id 2.0” y el video de Dick Hardt, es decir, sí esto funciona así, parece que la red que tengo aquí con éste blog, es mi identificación en Internet, la sociedad de la información o diría Castells la “galaxía internet”, en mis notas iniciales viene explicado de manera general, la forma en cómo esta estructurada mi red. Observamos que en ese esquema, aparecen distintos conceptos, existe uno importante, que tiene que ver con nuestras identidades y datos que hemos construido en la red, En el esquema que he propuesto le llamo “Id”, en la presentación “The future of social networks on the internet: The need for semantics” de John G. Breslin, mencionan el termino,  “Single global identity”, con los terminos FOAF, hCard, OpenID. Es interesante, pero pienso tambien ¿quién y para qué? y ¿para donde vamos con la gestión de las identidades? ¿los derechos que tengo de decidir quién va a administrar mi identidad, con mis gustos, con mis creencias y mis prácticas en la sociedad de la información?

    Interesante será donde firmamos, el papel de los gobiernos, las instituciones, las universidades y las empresas….

    En el cámino andamos y aquí les dejo estos links.

    http://sioc-project.org/

    http://dataportability.org/

    via Visual km 1.0