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  2. Facebook - Wikipedia

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    Facebook was one of the first large-scale social networks. In The Facebook Effect, David Kirkpatrick stated that Facebook's structure makes it difficult to replace, because of its "network effects". [neutrality is disputed] As of 2016, it is estimated that 44 percent of the US population gets news through Facebook. Mental and emotional health

  3. VK (service) - Wikipedia

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    Any news published on the VK wall will appear on Facebook or Twitter. Certain news may not be published by clicking on the logo next to the "Send" button. Editing a post in VK does not change the post in Facebook or Twitter and vice versa. However, removing the news in VK will remove it from other social networks. SMS service. Russian users can ...

  4. Talk show - Wikipedia

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    A talk show (or chat show in British English) is a television programming or radio programming genre structured around the act of spontaneous conversation. [1] [2] [3] A talk show is distinguished from other television programs by certain common attributes. [4]

  5. Fansite - Wikipedia

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    A fansite, fan site, fan blog or fan page is a website created and maintained by a fan or devotee about a celebrity, thing, or particular cultural phenomenon.. Fansites may offer specialized information on the subject (e.g., episode listings, biographies, storyline plots), pictures taken from various sources, the latest news related to their subject, media downloads, links to other, similar ...

  6. Timeline of social media - Wikipedia

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    Decade Description 1970s–1980s The PLATO system (developed at the University of Illinois and subsequently commercially marketed by Control Data Corporation) offers early forms of social media with Notes, PLATO's message-forum application; TERM-talk, its instant-messaging feature; Talkomatic, perhaps the first online chat room; News Report, a crowd-sourced online newspaper, and blog; and ...

  7. WeChat - Wikipedia

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    WeChat supports different instant messaging methods, including text messages, voice messages, walkie talkie, and stickers. Users can send previously saved or live pictures and videos, profiles of other users, coupons, lucky money packages, or current GPS locations with friends either individually or in a group chat.

  8. Livemocha - Wikipedia

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    Members could also pay for "Expert Reviews" from language teachers that had been certified by Livemocha for 120 tokens. The user could rate the quality of these reviews, and choose to work with a particular expert reviewer. Private instruction sessions, conducted via video chat with a selected tutor, were also available for purchase.

  9. OBS Studio - Wikipedia

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    Streamlabs Desktop (formerly Streamlabs OBS) is a live streaming app based on OBS Studio with some additional features: viewer interactions, chat management, and tip donations. The app uses OBS Studio for media streaming and Electron for its user interface. It distributes contents over Twitch, YouTube Live, and Facebook Live.