Networking Socially and Iborian.com
Whether we like or not the future belongs to social media, it is not a question of if but a question of now what next for the traditional media houses. My take is adjust or peril and for a start bloggers are taking center stage and shaping the world discussions and opinion. And now for the first time in Kenya, Kenyans have come up with the best social network site ever. www.iborian.com
I think it is right and to the point to say that www.iborian.com is the best social network ever to come out of Kenya. IBORIAN.COM has human touch, the members remain the center of attention of to the iborian community and new prospective friends. There is bigger and broader connection in www.iborian.com in the sense that it is not segmented and you can do more like chat, blog, convey personal feelings, discuss or let your opinion be known to much bigger audience, somehow update your friends on what you are doing and where you are at any particular time. There is also a bigger forum with mature discussion, and helpful insight to what affect our daily lives, yes there are experts in every field too. To sum it all there more there than meet the eyes. Join www.iborian.com and experience the best of social networking.
The craze of social networks has left some older generation disappointed on how the young are taking a lot of time loafing. Some companies in most countries have banned some specific sites from being used during the work hour. Now there is evidence that social networking add values to the well being of most people. As reported in CNN.com site “New research shows that in a social network, happiness spreads among people up to three degrees removed from one another. That means when you feel happy, a friend of a friend of a friend has a slightly higher likelihood of feeling happy too. The lesson is that taking control of your own happiness can positively affect others, says James Fowler, co-author of the study and professor of political science at the University of California in San Diego.”
Social computing and networking can enable organic and bottom-up innovation (as opposed to the traditional top-down model of organizational hierarchy). At the moment we can say this was effectively used by Obama campaign in US election where we saw how a great movement can be formed based on the social network.
Take a look at www.iborian.com and join to experience the best of networking socially..