social layer


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social layer

A feature added to a website or application that lets users share information with friends, family and colleagues. A search capability to find people to share with may also be included. See social media, social networking and social sharing.
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Microsoft now promotes Yammer as a social layer over all your Microsoft systems, especially Office 365.
We call this approach to digital inclusion research the study of meaningful broadband adoption, by which we mean the systematic observation and analysis of the social layer of broadband access.
com infrastructure, jobseekers can opt to see which members of their networks work at the companies they're interested in, and then tap into the social layer for recommendations and referrals.
Both Facebook and Google+ are trying to become as ubiquitous as possible to achieve this all-encompassing goal, says Jaroslavskaja, and "to become the social layer of the web at large.
Launched by invitation only towards the end of June, the social layer turns the search engine and all other Google products into one giant social network.
The social layer comprises the human and cognitive aspects and includes the persona component and the cyber persona component.
And she underscores her ironic continuation of normal practice by opening this novel with an extended personification of this narrow social layer of a provincial town.
Jung and Euzenat focus on using the structure of knowledge used by people in order to extract meaningful relations at the social level, proposing a three-layered architecture for constructing semantic social network (a social layer, an ontology layer, and a concept layer).
So, then, back to Ping; it's just the first attempt to build a social layer into iTunes.
In contrast to the pragmatic layer, the social layer of the semiotic ladder deals with the consequences or outcomes of pragmatic communication.
The social layer contains the human actors and their relationships at the production and resource layers (Holmlund & Tornroos, 1997).
A regular refrain in this literature has been an emphasis on the intense localism of this social layer.