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Inventée dans les années 1960 par le psychosociologue américain Clare W.
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Comment les cambrioleurs utilisent les réseaux sociaux ?

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Avec l’été et les vacances qui se multiplient, les cambrioleurs ont une arme redoutable pour repérer les maisons inhabitées : les réseaux sociaux.
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Transforming Noise to Signal: Strategy for Social Engagement & Monitoring | Social Media Today

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Sponsored by Oracle: Data associations enable deeper analysis, often involving a combination of advanced sentiment definition, semantic analysis, topic creation, and influencer identification, augmenting core data sets with derived values and...
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Leaders Of The 9/11 Commission Say NSA Surveillance Has Gone Too Far | Techdirt

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One of the key talking points from defenders of the NSA surveillance program is that they had to implement it after the 9/11 Commission revealed "holes" in information gathering that resulted in 9/11. This is a misstatement of what that report actually indicated -- in that it showed that more than enough data had actually been collected, it's just that the intelligence community didn't do anything with it. Either way, it seems that the leadership of the 9/11 Commission -- Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton, who were the chair and vice chair of the committee respectively -- have now spoken out against the NSA surveillance efforts. And they don't hold back:


The NSA's metadata program was put into place with virtually no public debate, a worrisome precedent made worse by erecting unnecessary barriers to public understanding via denials and misleading statements from senior administration officials. Continue Reading

When the Congress and the courts work in secret; when massive amounts of data are collected from Americans and enterprises; when government's power of intrusion into the lives of ordinary citizens, augmented by the awesome power of advanced technologies, is hugely expanded without public debate or discussion over seven years, then our sense of constitutional process and accountability is deeply offended."

Officials insist that the right balance has been struck between security and privacy. But how would we know, when all the decisions have been made in secret, with almost no oversight?


The article goes on in great detail about the problems and calls for a truly public debate. As they note:


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IBM backs Cloud Foundry PaaS project - ITWorld Canada

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IBM backs Cloud Foundry PaaS project
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Norval Oswald's curator insight, July 25, 2013 6:28 PM

Good news, Cloud Foundry, although still in beta presently, will also be incorporated into IBM’s cloud  architecture products.

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Information Security: Top companies 'leaking data online' - Business Technology

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Information Security: Top companies 'leaking data online'. 24 July 2013 • By Matt Smith.
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ServiceNow Tips: XML Document Migration for Service Catalog Items, Knowledge Management Articles

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Handy parse code for ServiceNow: this code can be run in a stand-alone fashion (from a UI Action) or as part of an Import process.

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Not having access to the structure of an XML formatted document can be a pain specially if you need to migrate it - Here is a nice bit of code for ServiceNow admins to help them - from Jeff Duryea at Evergreen Systems

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Intel® App Innovation Contest 2013 - CodeProject

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Intel® App Innovation Contest 2013 - Free source code and tutorials for Software developers and Architects.; Updated: 23 Jul 2013

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The Best Thing About 4K & UHD Isn't More Resolution: Sayonara Interlacing, Hello Wider Color Gamut « nofilmschool

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The official spec is properly called ITU-R Recommendation BT.2020

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90+ Free Stock Photo Websites [Exhaustive List]

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Stock photos are a fundamental part of any web and graphic design. There are loads of stock photos services that offer high quality photos, however, the price is not always reasonable. The solution in this case is finding free stock photos something that isn’t always easy. In order to make this process easier, the author has compiled a list over the years with sites that offer free stock photos. 


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Who Owns Your Data When You're Dead?

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AFTER we die, our bodies are reduced to dust or ash, through burial or cremation. The fate of the digital corpuses we leave behind is rather more complicated. Before the advent of internet-hosted storage and services, your digital remains would have been accessible only to those with physical access to your computers, and only then if you had not applied encryption or password protection. But these days many people leave traces of their lives spread across the internet. Facebook knows who we love and hate, Google knows what we are interested in, Amazon knows what we buy, and so on. Specialist services may even store information about your genetic makeup (23andme) or archives of your files (Dropbox, CrashPlan, and many others). Who owns your data when you're dead?

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World Class Performers Unplug Differently

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In their pursuit of being the best in the world, how do world-class performers -- from Olympic athletes to Forbes-list business moguls -- manage the effort behind their particular tasks? How do they get so much out of themselves when they're plugged-in to their activity? And how do they unplug afterwards?


After spending over a decade with world-class performers, a very clear pattern has become evident: They seem to know and accept that stress is an inevitable part of life -- that it's necessary for growth and optimal performance. They also seem to understand that the recovery from stress ("unplugging") is equally important.


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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 14, 2013 3:37 PM

Learn from world class performers how to be mindful of ways to negotiate stress and convert common complaints and roadblocks into challenges and opportunities.

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8 Best Apps for Team Collaboration

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As more and more apps utilize the cloud's file-storing and -sharing capabilities, remote team collaboration becomes even easier.


There are hundred of apps that claim to "increase productivity" and "optimize company workflow," but how many apps actually do? Mashable has selected a list of 8 apps that actually make your workday easier, and team collaboration more enjoyable in the process.


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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 15, 2013 2:38 PM

Mashable has selected a list of 8 apps that actually make your workday easier, and team collaboration more enjoyable in the process.

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Le Web 3.0 sera comportemental et individualisé

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Bien que définir le web par une version ne soit techniquement pas juste, cela a le mérite de marquer, théoriser et vulgariser les grandes évolutions de la toile. Si de nombreuses visions du web d...
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Six conseils pour créer et entretenir votre liste de diffusion

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Le marketing par e-mail comporte sa part de risque.
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Use Email to Capture Abandoned Carts | Social Media Today

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It’s easy to eliminate cart abandonment. Create a carting process so demanding that only the most committed customers will complete it and the problem will go away.
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Thailand Adding 1,000 MW of Solar with New Feed-in Tariffs

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While municipal utilities in Los Angeles and on New York’s Long Island plod along with timid municipal feed-in tariff programs, Thailand plans to add 1,000 MW of solar photovoltaics (solar PV) by the end of 2014.

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Bold moves by Thailand

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When Giants Slow Down

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THIS year will be the first in which emerging markets account for more than half of world GDP on the basis of purchasing power, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In 1990 they accounted for less than a third of a much smaller total. From 2003 to 2011 the share of world output provided by the emerging economies grew at more than a percentage point a year (see chart 1). The remarkably rapid growth the world has seen in these two decades marks the biggest economic transformation in modern history. It's like will probably never be seen again.


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Making the community the curriculum - Rhizomatic Learning in Action -by Dave Cormier

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Social learning theories regarding the 'community as the curriculum' can be applied - citing the description here for this interesting book: "This short book is intended as a companion piece to a course giving learners and instructors a framework within which they can see their community of learners as the curriculum of their course."

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Canon EOS M Mirrorless Kit almost 50% off!

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EOS M Mirrorless Digital Camera Kit with 22mm f/2 Lens and 90EX Flash (Black)

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Click HERE to see price  $280.00 savings New Kit with Flash 

 

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Influencer Outreach and Google PageRank for BrandsInfluencer Outreach and Google PageRank: What Brands Need To Know

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RT @ignitesma: Influencer Outreach and Google PageRank: Google's warning to brands and influencers http://t.co/vgjfc2uvWI

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Street Photography with Scott Schuman, aka The Sartorialist

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Street Photography with Scott Schuman, aka The Sartorialist PetaPixel Here's a short and very interesting behind-the-scenes documentary with Scott Schuman, who has made a name for himself in the fashion industry by roaming the streets of big...

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The Sleepless Elite - Why Some People Can Run on Little Sleep and Get So Much Done

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Researchers are looking at the genes of natural short sleepers, people who typically turn in well after midnight, then get up just a few hours later and barrel through the day without needing to take naps or load up on caffeine.


For a small group of people—perhaps just 1% to 3% of the population—sleep is a waste of time.


Natural "short sleepers," as they're officially known, are night owls and early birds simultaneously. They typically turn in well after midnight, then get up just a few hours later and barrel through the day without needing to take naps or load up on caffeine.


They are also energetic, outgoing, optimistic and ambitious, according to the few researchers who have studied them. The pattern sometimes starts in childhood and often runs in families.


While it's unclear if all short sleepers are high achievers, they do have more time in the day to do things, and keep finding more interesting things to do than sleep, often doing several things at once.


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Researchers are looking at the genes of natural short sleepers, people who typically turn in well after midnight, then get up just a few hours later and barrel through the day without needing to take naps or load up on caffeine.

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What Makes Us Extroverts and Introverts?

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Will you spend Saturday night in a crowded bar, or curled up with a good book? Is your ideal holiday adventure sports with a large group of mates and, or anywhere more sedate destination with a few good friends? Maybe your answers to these questions are clear – you'd love one option and hate another – or maybe you find yourself somewhere between the two extremes. Whatever your answers, the origin of your feelings may lie in how your brain responds to rewards.


We all exist somewhere on the spectrum between extroverts and introverts, and different circumstances can make us feel more one way or the other. Extraverts, a term popularised by psychologist Carl Jung at the beginning of the 20th Century, seem to dominate our world, either because they really are more common, or because they just make most of the noise. (The original spelling of “extravert” is now rarely used generally, but is still used in psychology.) This is so much the case that some have even written guides on how to care for introverts, and nurture their special talents.


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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, July 17, 2013 3:33 PM

Why do some people prefer adventure and the company of others, while others favour being alone? It’s all to do with how your brain processes rewards.

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The Uses (and Abuses) of Influence - Part 1

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Robert Cialdini, considered the leading social scientist in the field of influence, was initially drawn to the topic because he saw how easily people could step over an ethical line into manipulation or even abuse. His 2001 book Influence, which laid out six principles of persuasion, was eloquent about the dangers of persuasive techniques in the wrong hands. A best-selling article he wrote for HBR the same year, “Harnessing the Science of Persuasion,” looked at the positive side of persuasion: how managers could use those principles to run their organizations more effectively.


Cialdini is the Regents’ Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Marketing at Arizona State University and the president of the consulting firm Influence at Work. In this edited interview with HBR executive editor Sarah Cliffe, he drills deeper into everyday uses of persuasion inside businesses and describes new research on the ethics of influence.


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