Social Networking After Facebook

Hibe, a Social Web 3.0 implementation

Jean Dobey /jeandobey /jeandobey
@hibecom blog.hibe.com

Hi everyone, Following the recent introduction of the Social Web 3.0 concept1, I want to showcase how Hibe opens the way for a new social networking experience that goes beyond Facebook. We released Hibe.com’s proofs of concept in 2009, received many constructive comments and will soon launch its final version. The following slides showcase some of Hibe’s features and how they solve the problems of people like Debbie. All comments are welcome.

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Hi, I am Debbie from “Welcome to Social Web 3.0”
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Movie lovers

Family members San Diego friends

LA friends

Wine lovers

Boyfriend Volunteers

Business contacts

Swimming kids

Competition winners

Surfers Dentist Co-workers

Before Hibe, I struggled every day to interact with my audiences that kept mixing up.
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I used Web 2.0 services to help me but they were just adding to the complexity. Fact is, my audiences also mix up and overlap online.
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I wished I could behave and share online the way I do in my real life. Here is how Hibe helps me achieve this.
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I portray multiple facets of my identity.

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On Hibe, I create facets to share subsets of my identity with others.

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A facet allows me to share my interests, activities, values, beliefs, affiliations...

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Using facets, I portray as many “Debbies” as I want to my audiences.

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My conversations have a context.

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On Hibe, I always start a conversation by creating a booklet about something.

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In my booklet, I can add videos, photos, links, texts or any other content I want people to comment on.

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I can create as many booklets as I want to share with others.

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I can opt out from any conversation.

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On Hibe, conversations occur in booklets.

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If I don’t like a conversation, I simply “Unfollow” the booklet to stop receiving its content.

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I always control which conversations I follow from others.

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I define my audiences and choose what I share with them.
Family members

San Diego friends

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On Hibe, I build my audiences by adding people to my facets.

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Each time I start a conversation, I select its audience(s).

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At all times, I can review the audiences of my facets.

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At all times, I can also review what is shared through my facets.

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I connect to others based on pre-defined conditions.

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On Hibe, I can limit a facet’s audience by setting access conditions.

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I can set access conditions based on booklets…

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on people…

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on locations and more.

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These conditions allow me to connect and interact with various audiences.

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Finally, I share online like in my real life social network.

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Follow us on blog.hibe.com

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Few 2008 – 2009
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Facts

Hibe inception Hibe Inc incorporated Patents filed Proofs of concept released

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Hibe closed beta site launched Hibe.com full release (early Fall)

Contact: info@hibe.com

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