I actually changed the headline because the real one was too long - here it is:
The Study of Social Network Structures of Twitter, Facebook and Google + and their Impact on Information Flow.
Interesting look at how people connect differently on each network and how this impacts the flow of information.
There has been a ton of hype lately over Google+ and how it is going to kill Twitter or Facebook or both. People are all wound up comparing feature sets from one platform to another but there are some critical fundamentals we have to understand first about how information flows. I wanted to take a minute to explore each of these and I would love your thoughts.
Let s look at the network structure of all the three networks. All the three networks have a very different network structure. People on Twitter tend to connect with people they find have similar interest because of which Twitter has a network structure that is mainly tends towards being small world.