(May 6, 2011) Social media presents a new chance to answer old questions from the social sciences. Eric Gilbert shares his projects as an academic to collect data on interactions in social media. They range from exploring the theory of tie strength in Facebook and Twitter to showing people an abstract view of one's current email load.
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