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What can you do in a Web-based virtual community?
You can discuss topics
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One can become addicted to such a community, and form unhealthy relationships with people they don't know. If the person using a community like this is mature however, t…he risks are slim to none.
People have been using online spaces since the beginning of the Internet to communicate. That includes prior to the World Wide Web, when BBS, or electronic bulletin boards …and email loops connected folks across time and space. (For a good short history of the Internet, see http://www.dsv.su.se/internet/documents/internet-history.html). Many found that they began to form bonds of one sort of another. Today, the online forum tracking service, ForumOne (http://www.forumone.com) had more than 270,000 distinct communities and forums registered at their site in 1999. (The site no longer lists total numbers.) And many more remain unlisted. Here are some of the types of activities people have enjoyed through these online connections. Socialize - meeting people, playing around, sharing jokes, stories and just taking interest in each other. Communities like this often focus around bulletin boards and chat rooms. An example of such a community is Electric Minds at http://www.electricminds.org Work together (business) - Distributed work groups within companies and between companies use online community to build their team, keep in touch and even work on projects together. A very detailed description of how online work groups work can be found at http://www.awaken.com and http://www.bigbangworkshops.com . Work together (community - geographic) - Freenets (see the Freenet Directory) have offered local communities ways to communicate and work together. Some have even combined this with ISP service. Community groups such as soccer teams, school groups and others have used online community to provide forums for information and discussion, helping bring groups together. Work together (issues) - Virtual communities have been very important to people who share interests in issues and causes. Support groups for people dealing with certain diseases, causes such as politics or the environment, or people studying together, all can form a nucleus for an online community. Have topical conversations - Online salons and discussion forums such as the Well (http://www.well.com), Salon's TableTalk (as of mid 2001 a paid subscription model) (http://www.salon.com), Cafe Utne (http://www.utne.com) and others have formed communities of people who enjoy conversations about topics and shared interests. ForumOne noted in 1999 that the top ten topics for forums registered at their site are around the topics of (in order): relationships (16%), "mega sites (diverse topics, aggregations of smaller conferences - 11%), business and finance (8%), health (5%), hobbies (4%), religion (3%), music (3%), international (3%). It would be interesting to revisit those stats at the start of 2002.
Hi, I have played in many of the best dress up games and virtual fashion worlds and the best by far is OurWorld. I found the game here: gamesforgirlswholovefashion.com I…t has a beautiful and cool range of fashions for both girls and boys and some of the dress up outfits are stunning, my player has a modist wardrobe but im working on it! Theres a lot of competition in the fashion world for who can dress the best which I've noticed in some of the weekly competitions ive entered such as the 'best party dress' one held in July. Other sites I enjoy playing at include: stardoll.com and missbimbo.com I hope this helps!
These technologies allow people in different locations to interact with one another using audio and video. Users choose them for their convenience as well as cost-effectivenes…s
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What makes up a virtual network of ahima members who communicate via a web based program managed by ahima?
Board of directors The real answer is the Communities of Practice (CoP) Referenced from the book Health Information Management Technology; An Applied Approach, by Merida L. Jo…hns, 2011 Published by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) Chapter 1, page 17, 6th paragraph.
Move a person in the corner next to the bathroom sink. (sometimes you will have to fling them) then they start cleaning cobwebs
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There seem to be many options out there, so you would need to determine what your needs are with finding the service that best fits your needs. The average basic packages seem… to range from five dollars a month up to the more advanced packages averaging seventeen dollars a month.
What intelligence community group deployed a computer web based collaborative common virtual workspace that provided secure dissemination of both raw and finished intelligence?
No it's technically not. Mainly because they aren't real organisms. Other than that I guess you could say yes.
What intelligence community group deployed a computer web based collaborative common virtual workspace?
Most of the big virtual communities are social media site. Places such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ all rank pretty high on the list. Cafemom and StumbleUpon also make th…e list.