Polysingularity is a practice of maintaining several dynamic singularities at once. Within social context this implies the existence of several communities, which are segregated enough to operate independently from one another, but are sufficiently integrated in order to be able to synchronize on the global level. Together with specialists from Transnomia Institute we developed a social experiment that allows participants to experience polysingularity in a protected social setting.
The framework of networks can be very useful when thinking about social dynamics. The people are represented as the nodes and their interactions are the connections between them. Using this model we demonstrate how someone can become influential in a social context in just a few not very obvious steps.
Social media marketing is a burgeoning field in Russia at the moment. In order to understand the structure of this community and the most influential people inside we performed a thorough analysis of one of the most popular Russian SMM Facebook groups called “Internet communication”. We used the approaches and methodology presented in our “Information Contagion” paper, some of which are outlined below.
Posted by Nodus Labs | April 24, 2012
Suppose you’re coming to a new city and you want to meet the community you like. Of course you’d probably ask your friends first, but what if you want to go beyond what your immediate surrounding can offer and explore a new group of people? Facebook can be a good tool for that and we’ll demonstrate that using a case from our practice as an example.
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