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As Brad pointed out, there needs to be a way for a new user who joins a network to be able to find friends who are already using that network." ( Write Web.com/archives/social_graph_concepts_and_issues.php) "Brad explicitly described a need for an API or a service that would broker the information between social networks.

He envisions an open source base database which accepts information from multiple social networks, then provides it to end-users via UI or API - as well as allows users to authorize other social networks to find the information." ( Write Web.com/archives/social_graph_concepts_and_issues.php) Brad Fitzpatrick: People are getting sick of registering and re-declaring their friends on every site. Given a node, expand all equivalent nodes, find aggregate friends, expand them, and then report any missing edges.

Graphs consists of nodes and edges, or things and the ways that things relate to each other.

As it turns out, Graphs are very powerful modeling tools for modeling natural and man-made systems.

There can be multiple edges connecting people (e.g.

Mike and I work at Microsoft, Mike and I are IM buddies, Mike and I live in Washington state, etc).

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Node Equivalence, given a single node, say "brad on Live Journal", return all equivalent nodes: "brad" on Live Journal, "bradfitz" on Vox, and 4caa1d6f6203d21705a00a7aca86203e82a9cf7a (my FOAF mbox_sha1sum). dopplr.com) for the first time, ideally but not necessarily with Open ID, and be presented with a dialog like, "Hey, we see from public information elsewhere that you already have 28 friends already using dopplr, shown below with rationale about why we're recommending them (what usernames they are on other sites). Or click 'select-all'." Also every so often while you're using the site dopplr lets you know if friends that you're friends with elsewhere start using the site and prompts you to be friends with them.

Note: some sites have started to do things like this, in ad-hoc hacky ways (entering your LJ username to get your other LJ friends from FOAF, or entering your email username/password to get your address book), but none in a beautiful, comprehensive way. Deliver end-user tools (likely a browser add-on) to let users manage their social networks (whether the sites have cooperative APIs or not), syncing them with each other, or doing whatever they'd like, but according to the user's own policies. Make graph data as portable as documents are on a personal computer.

While the tools will most likely add the most value with uncooperative sites, it must always be clear to users what is happening so that no one is ever tricked. (though likely never using the word 'graph' to end-users)" ( Fitz.com/social-graph-problem) Alex Izkold [2]: "Privacy and ownership of information are at the core of the social graph issues.

Type of Relationships: The links between people in social networks are of different types.

Crudely, different types of relationships are a friend, a co-worker, a family member.

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