Le youtubeur Jack Vale a fait une petite expérience, en consultants les tweets, status facebook et autres instagram géolocalisés, il fait croire à de parfaits inconnus qu'il est une sort de mentaliste en leur révélant des informations privées.
Twitter has once again released the “Golden Tweets” of the year, a designation that carries more weight than just the number of retweets – although that stat is how those tweets earn the title.
But the emphasis is on the impact the Golden Tweets had on millions of people around the world, because after all, a retweet implies that a tweet had an effect on you.
Below, check out the 2013 Golden Tweet of the Year, plus two runners up.
The most retweeted tweet of 2013 was Lea Michele’s first public acknowledgement of the death of her Glee co-star and boyfriend Cory Monteith. According to Twitter, it was retweeted more than 408,000 times from 133 countries.
Theatre, for example, hated radio. After all, radio was going to be the death of theatre. Never happened. Radio hated cinema, and both hated TV and video. All of them hate the internet. Especially social media.
Curiously, they’re all still with us, peaking and flowing as trends and tastes change. Amazingly, broadcast radio, despite having its beginnings decades ago, continues to thrive, perhaps because it wisely embraced channels such as Twitter to support its messaging, rather than let itself be undermined by it.
This infographic from Brandwatch takes a closer look at Twitter’s impact on radio in the UK.
Text, text, text, that's all they think about: but are all those hours on the phone and Facebook turning teenagers into screen-enslaved social inadequates?
Teenagers use their cell phones a lot. There is no denying it. What this article argues is that by using cell phones and social networking sites, it is in fact promoting better ways of communicating. By using the Internet, it is adding another form of communication. Adolescence is a time when we are learning how to ‘find our way’ in the world. Social networking allows such a thing by having teens create profiles and link to other teens. The researchers in this article claim that by having this extra form of communication, teenagers still manage to have normal and even better face-to-face communication among each other. By claiming that social networking adds ‘another layer’, this article provides concrete evidence to my argument.
Social networking sites could be harming people's health by reducing levels of face-to-face contact, an expert claims.
Social networking has become the biggest area of growth on the internet. This article explains that teens and people of other ages are spending more time on the Internet’s social networking sites more than interacting with people face-to-face. I find that this article is especially interesting because it is discussing the evolutionary effects the Internet and social networking has on us. Dr. Sigman explains that it is a biological need to interact with another human being. Being with another human has many benefits such as bettering immune systems, releasing certain hormones, and other such responses. Yet, as we spend less and less time with humans, it is inevitable that the evolution of human beings will change over time. We will go from needing constant communication in order to better the human race into creating a population driven by singular, personal needs.
Security experts say passwords for more than 2 million Facebook, Google and other accounts have been compromised and circulated online, just the latest example of breaches involving leading Internet companies.
A study conducted via Facebook set out to investigate what type of content was more effective to engage the target audience for an advertiser on social media. Here are seven key points from their findings and some recommended actions you can take.
Both inasmuch as how we consume our favourite shows and programming, and also in how networks attract and engage with global audiences to drive awareness, create positive word-of-mouth and boost ratings.
This infographic from Bluehost looks at several key examples of how social media has revolutionised the way that we watch TV, perhaps providing some clues in how this relationship will continue to evolve in the future.
This article tackles important issues regarding the future of children growing up in the digital age. In regards to my question, a part of this article looks at how communication is affected by the internet’s ability to ‘establish interpersonal connections and construct identity.’ One result showed that the ease of online communication is making teens less interested in face-to-face communication. Their results, like many of the articles I have read so far, are not conclusive but they do agree that communication online will affect how a teen will act in ‘real-world’ relationships and vice versa.
Cette infographie est faite pour montrer comment les médias sociaux influent sur les entreprises, et souligne également combien de temps les gens ont passé sur les médias sociaux ainsi que les achats en ligne.
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