Réseaux sociaux : des audiences différentes selon...
map of global use of social media
web cf tv
People now spend twice as much time surfing the Web as they do watching TV, according to new research from IDC. IDC surveyed nearly one thousand Internet users for the survey. They found that: * The Internet is the medium on which online users spend the most time (32.7 hours/week). This is equivalent to almost half of the total time spent each week using all media (70.6 hours). *...
marvin workshop at l@s
11 Things To Know About Semantic Web -... →
11 Things To Know About Semantic Web - ReadWriteWeb; Web 3.0 - âthe combination of Web 2.0 mass collaboration with structured databasesâ.
Promoting Your Podcast
From PodCamp Midwest, a group discussion on “Promoting Your Podcast.” About twenty participants discussed inexpensive & effective ideas for self-promotion, including: create a cool podcast name you need good 300 x 300 “album” artwork business cards - with white on back for writing notes drop lifting interview bloggers in your subject area be interviewed by other podcasters in your subject...
create online comics
Comiqs is a service that lets users create and share their comic-style stories with the community. “We aim to provide our users with easy to use tools that transforms their most cherished and most memorable photographs into something fun. We also aim to build to build a fun and light-hearted community where people can hang out to have a laugh or two.”...
Lunch Is The New Prime Time
video snacking: Nielsen has released new research that identifies “video snacking” as a real trend. Internet video viewing peaks during lunchtime hours on weekdays: Streaming activity at the top network TV Web sites peaks during the weekday lunchtime hours of 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. “These results indicate that the largest appetite for streaming broadcast content is during the noontime hours, when...
Along with Qik and Flixwagon that send up video from fancy cell phones, the pro...– newteeve and LiveU
Free Bassline Synth For Mac & Windows » Synthtopia →
TAL-BassLine is a virtal analog bass synthesizer especially made for bass, acid sounds and a unique -18dB low pass filter with a lot of asymmetric and random components introduce a warm and analogue sound. Fast, non linear envelopes are also a part of thi
share files with twittershare
Twittershare is the newest truly useful development on top of Twitter; it lets you easily share files of up to 10mb in size. Mac users can upload and post with a desktop widget, everyone can use the web interface and a cross-platform AIR app is forthcoming. from Read/WriteWeb
good move... and good luck
Microsoft has launched a new website - MyBytes - aimed at teaching kids about intellectual property in the hopes of discouraging future generations from illegally downloading and using copyrighted music, movies, and images. The site features quotes about the importance of intellectual property from content producers, a music mixing application for kids to create their own content (which they can...
citizen journalism and cnn
“CNN is about to take their participation in amateur news reporting a big step forward with the planned launch of iReport.com, an entire portal dedicated to completely user generated news content. The new site will be completely open in terms of what users can upload. Users will be in charge of deciding what constitutes news, and which submissions should be removed from the...
Picturesque - Make Images Gorgeous →
Picturesque is a simple app with a simple goal: to make images more beautiful. Whether you are in web or print, your images can benefit from a touch of Picturesque magic.
internet tv platforms 2008 ...
From masternewmedia.org- article that outlines the six major categories that define the market; aggregators: Consumer Sharing Sites, Commercial Video Portals and Social Networks and platforms: Internet TV Platforms, Community Platforms and Uber Ad Platforms. Also covers 2008 trends. “The last 12 months saw an explosion in video publishing across a wide array of websites. Video is becoming...
from Robin Good “Lifestrea.ms is currently in private beta, but in my recent review of the service, I found it to be an incredibly comprehensive means of both aggregating and authoring social media across an enormous range of services. In many ways Lifestrea.ms bears a resemblance to the microblogging and lifestreaming solution offered by Tumblr, but combines this with an excellent way to...
WikiMatrix - Compare them all →
a site that allows you to make comparisons between wiki engines and sites - currently 99 of them, with a forum for commentary
Adobe Tour Tracker - 2007 Tour Of California -... →
demo of tour tacker
aviary: online media processing tools
Online media processing tool suite Aviary is opening up two of its many services to those who have requested beta access and a limited number of new requesters. The first two tools, an image editor and a pattern generator, are impressive and will be followed by a vector editor next month and the rest of the Aviary tools later. Forthcoming tools from Aviary include audio and video editors, a font...
clever google/twitter super tuesday primaries... →
More People Tuning in to TV Online
The latest from Solutions Research Group claims that 80 million Americans (43 percent of its online population) have watched their favorite TV shows on the web, and that 20 percent watch TV on the web on a weekly basis. These stats falls in line with earlier research from Deloitte & Touche that found 38 percent of consumers are watching TV online.
The US audience for podcasts will more than double in the next two years,...– podcasting news
Conference to Promote ICT and Learning for Net... →
ith this in mind, the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and Open University Malaysia (OUM) are jointly organising a conference titled “ICT and Learning for the Net Generation”. The conference will discuss ICT and Learning and w
Presentation from ELI - EDUCAUSE Learning...
“Who’s Afraid of Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and the Big Bad CMS? A Digi-Drama About Fear 2.0” delivered by Laura Blankenship, Barbara Ganley, Barbara Sawhill, Leslie Madsen-Brooks, and Martha Burtis. “Web 2.0 tools have the power to transform education. Such a transformation requires that faculty, students, and institutions take risks. With those risks comes fear, which is...