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Is Social Media Creating a Plagiarism Problem?

Is Social Media Creating a Plagiarism Problem? | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it
Stolen content is an increasing problem, as people quote text that is not their own without attributing it to the original writer. Why is it that plagiarism is making its way into social media?

 

Stolen content is an increasing problem, as people quote text that is not their own without attributing it to the original writer. Examples can be found on Twitter where users steal other’s tweets or in blog posts that are plagiarized. Why is it that plagiarism is making its way into social media?


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How BIG is the Internet? Massive and about to get BIGGER [Infographic]

How BIG is the Internet? Massive and about to get BIGGER [Infographic] | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it
With the IPv6 address system, it will be possible to create an unlimited number of new IP addresses.


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If you have any wonder that your REAL job is creating Holy Smokes content, to quote @JasonFalls, this infographic will clear it up for you. The goal now isn't presence. Presence gets you nothing. The goal is GETTING HEARD and having people actually CARE. BTW, those goals are an order of magnitude more difficult than presence :). Not impossible, just harder.




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Humans vs. Computers: WhoSmarter [Infographic] "We Are," he types into his computer.

Humans vs. Computers: WhoSmarter [Infographic] "We Are," he types into his computer. | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it

For decades, computers have slowly been inching their way into our daily lives. That is no surprise to anyone, and we've written about it many times.

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If Descartes were here today his famous saying may have become, "I compute therefore I am." Watson crushes the best Jeopardy contestants but a different computer loses horribly to humans in crossword. Smarter seems moot to me. I'm just glad I can type my dyslexic scrawl into a screen and have it come out in a language approximating English.