So, we’ve reached the final part of our look at how the ‘log-in’ or ‘home’ [if you’re unregistered!] pages of the major social networking websites have changed, especially in their relation to being a shop window for the service that is membership of each particular website. We’ve looked at Twitter and Youtube, and at the […]

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So, in part one of my series charting how social networking sites have visibly changed (and the impact of these changes) over the past few years, we discussed Twitter, a website that was born-and-bred to be a social networking / communication site. In this edition, we’ll be looking at a website that wasn’t always heading […]

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