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Internet-and-Business-Online Over the last few months there have been rising interest and speculations about Path, a new company on the horizon planning to launch it’s very own version of a social network. However, if you ask the author collective – Dave Morin, Shawn Fanning, Dustin Miera, they will explain that Path is indeed everything but a social network. Actually Dave Morin is a very old and respected Facebook employee who left the company to create his own project. And by the look of it, it’s very promising. The company has raised funding from a very impressive list of investors including Ashton Kutcher, Ron Conway, Paul Bucheit and others. It is also interesting how they managed to get from the domain hosting companies such a great name like "Path", they have probably prepared for at least one or two years. You probably still wonder what is Path exactly. It’s a private photo sharing network but without the privacy model that takes away any anxiety associated with sharing photos with people you don’t actually know. It’s based around email addresses and phone numbers rather than being a public database of users like most social networks. The friend system is quite different from what we are used and there is not following system like Twitter either. The idea is based on Dunbar’s Theory which states that in the digital world as well as in the real world our species are incapable of managing an inner circle of more than 150 friends, also known as the Dunbar’s Number. And if you think of it, it sounds pretty logical – yes you may know thousands of people but you don’t socialize equally with all of them. Path is a system where you are the one who specify who exactly you’d like to share photos with. After starting the application which is currently only available to people having iPhone. If you don’t have an iPhone you can register at their site and wait until the application is developed for the other operating systems. In addition, they clearly don’t need anything else than a cheap hosting for their website because the application is designed for smart phone users. It is designed to be personal enough so you won’t feel nervous about sharing specific photos. This is the reason Path is limited to a maximum of 50 friends which is a big change compared to ordinary social networks. Another interesting feature they are introducing is the "seen" attribute which is clearly a no-no in social networks like Facebook because they try to avoid the popularity contest. However, since Path is a lot more private you will be able to see who have seen your photos, name by name. According to the authors, this feature skips the common "Did you see that photo?" question. About the Author: I’m 19 and from Devon, England. I like computers, surfing, music, and television though I’m not quite sure what to do with my life. I finished college last year, read every day and spend too much time on the internet. I usually write reviews and think-pieces about IT, tech, gadgets Google and whatever else strikes my fancy. Article Published On: ..articlesnatch.. – Inter.-and-Business-Online 相关的主题文章: