A brief piece of content posted by an individual or organization into a stream of other content, to be consumed or interacted with by other users in a social network.
A specific address or identity used on a particular digital social network.
A comprehensive collection of many data points about a particular individual or users, such as their posted content, connections with other users, interactions with others' content, actual identity and demographics.
A response to another user's content.
Authenticating documents or other methods to verify an individual is who they say they are.
Business-specific methods and addresses of communicating with an individual, such as phone numbers, e-mail or social network account names.
Ideological preferences for government, usually by party.
Financial holdings of an individual, such as stocks or stakes in a company.
Specific methods and addresses of communicating with an individual, such as phone numbers, e-mail or instant messaging handles.
Social or familial relationships between inidivduals in analog or digital social networks.
A chronology of current and prior employers.
Relationships between professionals in analog or digital social networks.
The brief summation of a news article designed to summarize the content and attract readers.
A complete piece of news including its headline, byline (authors), and text and/or video of the news being reported upon.
Journalists, commentators, editors or other producers of news.
Video-blogs where users share personal or professional content in a first-person form.
Streams of online video game play (like television episodes or YouTube videos).
Digital, software-based games and associated user communities.
Video content designed for broadcast to the general public, usually in an series of episodes.
Services which provide on-demand audio or video content, such as music, movies, or news.
Recordings and streams of past sports games.
Applications and websites which allow users to produce and consumer content in a social network.
Live broadcast of music or the spoken word.
Recorded monologues or dialogues akin to a radio show, usually produced in a serial or episodic format.
Statistics about consumption of on-demand music.
Fiction or non-fiction videos with a narrative.
Games and scores for in-progress athletic events.
Live performances of music.
Written or mixed-media content where users or companies share personal or professional editorials.
Audio recordings of written books.
Climate status, statistics, and trends.
Roads, paths and/or itineraries to traverse a physical landscape.
A particular place or position, such as a building, city center, mountain or home.
Measurement of human walking activity near particular locations.
Statistics and structures of nations.
Moving images recorded or live-streaming in digital form.
A collection of words or other alphanumeric characters.
A visual representation of the real world, an illustration, or a graphic generated by a computer.
Public, social or business occasions which start and end at a specific time and date.
Digital waveforms of sound such as a recording of a phone call.
Systems, services and utilities used the management of monies and other economic systems, such as banks, investment advisors and lenders.
A system of money used, either in a country or an online environment, such as pesos, Bitcoin (cryptocurrency) or Zencoins (in-game currency).
A distributed database (stored in many places at once and cross-verified) used for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
The collection of key activities, resources and channels needed to move a product from its source to those who purchase or consume it.
Offerings or outputs of companies and organizations, including assets, services, intellectual property, technologies or monetized marketplaces (such as an app store).
Sectors of business or organizations, such as financial services or agriculture.
Websites, apps and other online assets.
Statistics about a corporation or organization's structure and performance.