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Scandal : la série de tous les excès arrive sur M6 - TVMag

Scandal : la série de tous les excès arrive sur M6 - TVMag | Journalisme au cinéma | Scoop.it
“TVMag Scandal : la série de tous les excès arrive sur M6 TVMag Si Scandal est la série préférée de 12 millions d'Américains, dont la première dame Michelle Obama, ce n'est pas sans raison.”
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Getty makes 40 million stock photos available for free | Photography | Creative Bloq

Getty makes 40 million stock photos available for free | Photography | Creative Bloq | Journalisme au cinéma | Scoop.it
Go to http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/embed and click the blue link: "Search images available to embed"

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, March 6, 2014 9:17 AM

Thanks to RJ Jacquez for sharing this. This is good news for all bloggers! Good images are as important as text when writing blog content. I know that I'll be definitely taking advantage of this more often going forward!
--techcommgeekmom 

Jim Baxter's curator insight, March 18, 2014 11:20 AM

Good news for teachers and students.

Tony Park's curator insight, March 26, 2014 6:10 PM

A positive photo download site

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Are the New ‘Golden Age’ TV Shows the New Novels?

Are the New ‘Golden Age’ TV Shows the New Novels? | Journalisme au cinéma | Scoop.it
Adam Kirsch and Mohsin Hamid discuss whether shows like “The Sopranos” and “The Wire” can be compared to the novels of writers like Charles Dickens and Henry James.

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Fire TV and Windows Phone 8.1 Live Q&A

Fire TV and Windows Phone 8.1 Live Q&A Do you have questions about the Windows 8.1? The new Amazon FireTV? Then join us for a live question and answer sessio...
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Study: Social Media Isn't Replacing Traditional News Outlets At All

Study: Social Media Isn't Replacing Traditional News Outlets At All | Journalisme au cinéma | Scoop.it
The Media Insight Project--a joint effort between the American Press Institute API, the Associated Press, and NORC at the University of Chicago--takes...

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The Secret Power Of The Generalist - And How They'll Rule The Future

The Secret Power Of The Generalist - And How They'll  Rule The Future | Journalisme au cinéma | Scoop.it

We’ve become a society that’s data rich and meaning poor. A rise in specialists in all areas - science, math, history, psychology - has resulted in tremendous content. But how valuable is that knowledge without context?

 

Despite the corporate world’s insistence on specialization, the workers most likely to come out on top are generalists - but not just because of their innate ability to adapt to new workplaces, job descriptions or cultural shifts. Instead, according to writer Carter Phipps, author of Evolutionaries generalists will thrive in a culture where it’s becoming increasingly valuable to know “a little bit about a lot.”

 

Meaning that where you fall on the spectrum of specialist to generalist could be one of the most important aspects of your personality - and your survival in an ever-changing workplace.


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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, March 16, 2014 11:38 AM

I like this article because it's the argument I've been making for several years, especially when looking for positions. I know plenty about lots of things, but I'm not a specialist in just one topic. This makes me much more flexible and able to see the bigger picture in different contexts. I would think that the ability to be that flexible would be seen as an asset, not count against me. Fortunately, the company I work for now did see that as an asset, and continues to find value in what I can contribute for them.  Many companies missed this opportunity where I know I could've helped them out, because they were too narrow minded in what they wanted.  Hence, this is why I advocate self-promotion as a multi-specialist. I hope more companies come around with their way of thinking sooner than later. 

--techcommgeekmom

DKW Online's curator insight, March 17, 2014 1:49 AM

This is certainly becoming an essential trait to have.

SITKOWSKA Marta's curator insight, March 18, 2014 5:59 AM

"...  because a single-minded person can’t predict variables they don’t know anything about"