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Social Media 2013: User Demographics for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & Instagram [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social Media 2013: User Demographics for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & Instagram [INFOGRAPHIC] | Creativity as changing tool | Scoop.it

Those good people at the Pew Research Centre recently updated their annual look at who is using social media, discovering that 16 percent of U.S. internet users are now active on Twitter.


But what about some of the other major social platforms? Aside from Twitter, who exactly is using Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr?

This infographic (courtesy of Adweek) takes Pew’s data and represents it all in a pleasing visual form; view key takeaways at the article link.


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Joshua OCock's curator insight, March 27, 2013 7:02 AM

Very interesting - but I'm not sure things will stay this way for long..

eileenludwig's curator insight, April 8, 2013 9:31 PM

Charts help you see the big picture of social media for your business

ccafaro1's comment, April 28, 2013 12:32 PM
objective profile at moment. Good.
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Badges: Alternative Credentialing for Lifelong Learning « The Saylor Foundation

Badges: Alternative Credentialing for Lifelong Learning « The Saylor Foundation | Creativity as changing tool | Scoop.it

With the advent of Mozilla’s Open Badge Infrastructure (OBI), many great organizations are incorporating badges into the structure of their websites. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this exciting project, I’ll discuss this particular type of badges; what are Open Badges, and how they can be used, and perhaps most importantly, why they should be used.


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How and Why Social Engineering Works [Infographic]

How and Why Social Engineering Works [Infographic] | Creativity as changing tool | Scoop.it

For many people in today’s world, being “online” has become a constant status. High-speed internet, smart phones and tablet PC’s have enabled us to stay connected whenever and wherever we are.

Social hackers capitalize on vulnerabilities when it comes to keeping personal details private, and the problem has only seemed to get worse as the digital age has developed.

Techniques as simple as looking over a shoulder as someone enters bank details or passwords are often used, as well as sending out deceiving emails ridden with malware and viruses that can take control of your computer. Hackers pose as a trusted entity in email blasts that utilize mind tricks to get the viewer to click on the link that will trigger the infection of your computer.

Everyone with an internet connection is vulnerable, and public awareness is the first step in ending this growing problem...


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Cam's curator insight, March 12, 2013 1:50 AM

Infographics are always fun!