Fashion Week is done in New York. But Social Media Week is just starting today; it involves 2,500 events in 25 cities. It’s sort of like a conference, with big sponsors like Google, Microsoft, and American Expres, and a lot of networking, panel discussions and performances. As events get underway we wanted to talk a little bit about the state of social media, with Harvard Law Proffesor Jonathan Zittrain. He says we’ve become accustomed to using social data generated by companies like Twitter.
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