Want to visualize your Facebook network? Admit it, you’ve got nothing better to do.

March 15, 2009 at 1:08 am Leave a comment

Bernie Hogan has come up with a nifty little application that will create network matrices of your friends on Facebook. Kind of a nice way to visualize the circles, rhombuses and trapezoids in which you move.

Once you’ve created your matrices, the next logical step is to figure out why you don’t have more friends. Fortunately, there’s an article in the Economist that will answer the question and more or less  absolve you from responsibility. (It’s your brain’s fault.)

Actually, this is all pretty good stuff for marketers to know in an age where more and more we will be counting on consumers to spread the word about our brands.

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Advertising abhors a vacuum, which is why people abhor advertising “Advertising has never convinced me to buy anything,” she said as she hitched up her Diesel jeans, put her Prada sunglasses atop her head, and unscrewed the cap from a bottle of Evian.

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