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It is now feasible to view media at home as easily as text-based pages were viewed when the World Wide Web (WWW) first emerged. This development has supported media sharing and search services providing hosting, indexing and access to large, online media repositories. Many of these sharing services also have a social aspect to them. This paper provides an initial analysis of the social interactions on a video sharing and search service (www.youtube.com). Results show that many users do not formdoi:10.1145/1242572.1242804 dblp:conf/www/HalveyK07 fatcat:pomt5jjwpfddtgoi764qkmdmeu