• La Red Social (Una red para atraparlos a todos)

    Author(s):
    José Angel GARCÍA LANDA (see profile)
    Date:
    2010
    Group(s):
    Digital Humanists, Film Studies
    Subject(s):
    Social networks, Digital humanities, Internet
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    Facebook, Fincher, Film studies, Internet/web-based media
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/6qtr-ns92
    Abstract:
    English abstract: A paper on Facebook and ubicuous online social networking as a radical intervention on the elitist social networks which were at the origin of Zuckerberg's stroke of genius in computer-mediated communication and in social self-presentation. This is done by way of a critique of David Fincher's film 'The Social Network' based on the lawsuits attending the authorship of the network. The elitist Ivy-League Harvard sociality was transcended into a radical reworking of personal online spaces and of the blogosphere, as well as a metamorphosis of Zuckerberg's personal identity, his social circles and his priorities and agenda. ______________________________________________________________ Spanish abstract: Un artículo sobre la reticulación social ubicua y sobre Facebook, vistos como una intervención radical sobre las redes sociales elitistas que estuvieron en el origen de la intervención genial de Zuckerberg sobre la comunicación mediada por ordenador y sobre la presentación social del sujeto. Todo ello por medio de una crítica al film de David Fincher 'La Red Social', basado en los pleitos que rodearon a la autoría de la aplicación. Trascendiendo la sociabilidad elitista de Harvard, Facebook supuso una reelaboración radical de los espacios en red y de la blogosfera, amén de una metamorfosis de la identidad personal de Zuckerberg, de sus círculos sociales y de su proyecto vital.
    Notes:
    Pub. in Ibercampus (2010)
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