Chris DeWolfe quotes

  • A lot of people have put their lives online and are using MySpace to manage their social lives.
    -- Chris DeWolfe

    #People #Online #Social

  • If you look at the evolution of games from console to Internet to mobile, and look at social networking from Web to mobile, everything is fragmenting.
    -- Chris DeWolfe

    #Games #Networking #Looks

  • From activism to socialising to starting new bands, 99% of everything that happens on MySpace is fun and positive. But with that many people, theres going to be a few bad apples, which presents challenges.
    -- Chris DeWolfe

    #Fun #Apples #People

  • Now, games have been democratized. Everyone plays games.
    -- Chris DeWolfe

    #Games #Play

  • The key is to be true to your community's norms and values. You can't just force yourself on people and try to sell them something they don't want - that's good advice for marketers generally, but particularly on community-driven sites like MySpace. You have to find ways to add value to your members' lives while being consistent with your brand's identity.
    -- Chris DeWolfe

    #Business #Keys #People

  • When you were growing up, your mom and dad told you to look both ways before crossing the street or not to get into a car with a stranger. It's the same with the internet. We have a big responsibility and a huge role in bringing all the stakeholders to the table - users, parents, educators, law enforcement, government organisations.
    -- Chris DeWolfe

    #Mom #Growing Up #Dad

  • Facts are what pedantic, dull people have instead of opinions.

  • Major sports are major parts of society. It's not anomalous to have people who love sports come from other parts of that society.

  • People seldom refuse help, if one offers it in the right way.

  • A lot of people have put their lives online and are using MySpace to manage their social lives.

  • As Lee Rainie and Barry Wellman document in their book Networked, people who are heavily socially active online tend to be also heavily socially active offline; they’re just, well, social people.

  • The biggest communities in which young people now reside are online communities.

  • In this age of Twitter and Snark every misstep gets posted online in twelve seconds.

  • A tremendous social responsibility comes with being a successful public performer.

  • The science of anti-Semitism has as its object Judaism as a social problem, being thus, necessarily, the synthesis of all sciences that can contribute to its solution.

  • Regulation of sexual behavior is the preferred route to wider social control.