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The history of social networks: how it all began

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The history of social networks: how it all began

  1. 1. The history of social networks: how it all began
  2. 2. With the popularization of the Internet from the 2000s, other type of communication service and entertainment started to gain momentum: social networks. Currently, the range of products in this market is huge, also presenting categories with well-targeted public
  3. 3. With alternatives that go far beyond just Facebook, Twitter, Orkut and MySpace, we have more and more time spent our day interacting with others through social networks. To give you an idea of what we're talking about, a survey by ComScore, held this year, revealed that nearly 1 billion users of the network Mark Zuckerberg spend 405 minutes per month watching their profiles.
  4. 4. The first reports of services that have characteristics of socialize data appears in 1969, with the development of dial-up technology and the release of CompuServe - a commercial service Internet connection at the international level very spread in the US. Getting Started
  5. 5. Another important step in this evolution was the sending of the first mail in 1971, followed seven years later by the creation of Bulletin Board System (BBS), a system created by two enthusiasts Chicago to invite your friends to events and take personal ads. This technology used telephone lines and a modem for transmitting data.
  6. 6. The following years, until the early 90's were marked by a major breakthrough in the infrastructure of communication resources. For example, in 1984 when a service called Prodigy to debunk the CompuServe - feat achieved a decade later. Approaching the one we know today
  7. 7. However, the most important event of this period was when America Online (AOL) in 1985, started to provide tools so that people would create virtual profiles in which they could describe themselves and create communities for information exchange and discussions on the most varied subjects. Years later (more precisely 1997), the company implemented an instant messaging system, the pioneer among chats and the inspiration of "menssengers" we use now.
  8. 8. The year 1994 marks the shift in paradigm and show the world the first traces of social networks with the launch of GeoCities. The concept of this service was to provide resources so that people could create their own web pages, and categorized according to their location. He came to have 38 million users, was acquired by Yahoo! five years later and was closed in 2009. Finally, social networks ...
  9. 9. By the 2000s, the internet has greatly expanded presence at work and in people's homes. In 2002, born Fotolog and Friendster. The Fototlog consisted of publications based on photographs accompanied by ideas, feelings or whatever else came to mind of the Internet. In turn, Friendster was the first service to receive the status of "social network". Its functions allowed the real-world friendships were transported to the virtual space.
  10. 10. Then, during 2003, were launched LinkedIn (profesional contacts) and MySpace (which was considered a copy of Friendster). Both are still in the air and with an excellent reputation.
  11. 11. Behold, we come to the time when social networks fell in like the Internet and became money machines. 2004 is considered the year of social networks, for in that period were created Flickr, Orkut and Facebook - some of the most popular social networks, including most of all today.
  12. 12. Search withdrawing Tecmundo.com.br site (Team Baixaki) - Images under copyright, taken from google.com.br (Google)

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