Social networking, Basic Computer Science

SOCIAL NETWORKING:

 A social network is a network of individuals which have some sort of interdependence on each other. This interdependence may be in the form of friendship, kinship, common causes and so on. A Social networking service may be offered through a web site on the Internet. Some of the popular social networking services are - Orkut, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedln, MySpace, Friend Finder, Yahoo! 360, Classmates and many more.  

You need to register to a social networking service in order to use it. Some of the features provided by these services are: 

  • Creation of a profile page of your own informing others about the information that you would like to share about you. 
  • Viewing of profile pages of others. 
  • Creating your own network of friends. 
  • Searching online friends.  

 

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