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What's in my yogurt?

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A collaborative project to open yogurts from all around the world to find out what's in them and to compare them! (#opendataday Pour l'occasion, Open Food Facts lance le projet What's in my yogurt?
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From text books to Wikipedia: studying in the digital age - Rocky Mountain Collegian

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From text books to Wikipedia: studying in the digital age
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Post graduate student Warren Hayashi studies on his tablet in the Morgan Library Monday afternoon.
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MTN to provide free Wikipedia - HumanIPO

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HumanIPO MTN to provide free Wikipedia HumanIPO HumanIPO reported last year the Wikimedia Foundation had created a video along with the Sinenjongo High School Grade 12 class for a documentary, featuring requests for free online access to Wikipedia...
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Career Advice for Sociology Graduates | Sociology at Work

Career Advice for Sociology Graduates | Sociology at Work | Agamitsudo | Scoop.it
Our most recent video discusses the careers panel that I sat on as part of the annual conference for The Australian Sociological Association (TASA). I focus on the panel discussion about how to translate theory into practice ...
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At Sochi Olympics, Crowdsourced OpenStreetMap Trounces Google Maps - Wired

At Sochi Olympics, Crowdsourced OpenStreetMap Trounces Google Maps - Wired | Agamitsudo | Scoop.it
At Sochi Olympics, Crowdsourced OpenStreetMap Trounces Google Maps
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OpenStreetMap, the crowdsourced Wikipedia of cartography, looks to have much better coverage of the Olympic sites, as the images in this gallery show.
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The Rise of OpenStreetMap

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om·ni·pres·ent adjective \-zənt\ : present in all places at all times This definition of omnipresent sums up many facets of society. Fast food chains?
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Are Couples with Young Children More Likely to Split Up When the Mother is the Main or an Equal Earner?

Where the mother is the main earner, are couple more likely to split up? Great piece in SAGE Sociology journal! http://t.co/e2SLEsbSrh
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101 Women Artists Who Got Wikipedia Pages This Week | ARTnews

101 Women Artists Who Got Wikipedia Pages This Week | ARTnews | Agamitsudo | Scoop.it
Last Saturday, about 600 volunteers in 31 venues around the globe engaged in a collective effort to change the world, one Wikipedia entry at a time. In the United States, Canada, Australia, Italy, the Netherlands, and the ...
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Wikipedia vs. the Small Screen - New York Times

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Wikipedia vs. the Small Screen New York Times But at Wikipedia, the giant online encyclopedia, the transition to a mobile world raises a different existential question: Will people continue to create articles and edit its nine million existing ones...
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Who edits breaking news articles on Wikipedia?

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What can we learn from examining the networks of users who edit articles on Wikipedia?
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Wikipedia launches new QR code project to document daily life in Monmouth, UK | QR Code Press

Wikipedia launches new QR code project to document daily life in Monmouth, UK | QR Code Press | Agamitsudo | Scoop.it

Wikipedia has chosen the Welsh town of Monmouth in the UK for a new project that will make use of QR codes. The project will be named Monmothpedia and aims to document the life of the entire town.

 

Several prominent locations, people and historic artifacts will be linked to a mobile Wikipedia page that can be accessed by scanning QR codes with a smart phone. Residents of the city will also take part in the project, as Wikipedia is tapping the populace for articles about life in the city.


Via Anise Smith, Gust MEES, Sakis Koukouvis
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