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EU extends copyright on sound recordings from 50 to 70 years

Musicians are set to receive royalties from sales and airplay well into their old age after the EU agrees to extend the copyright on sound recordings from 50 to 70 years...


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Content Curation: 10 Tips To Help You Curate Ethically

Content Curation: 10 Tips To Help You Curate Ethically | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

Excerpt from the article by Pawan Deshpande and published on Content Marketing Institute:
"Many content curators are still unsure about what constitutes ethical curation, and how they can share third-party content without running afoul of copyright laws.
Here’s our 10-step checklist to help you curate ethically and effectively.

1. Draw from a variety of sources;
2. Prominently link to the original source;
3. Avoid “nofollow” links;
4. Quote sparingly;
5. Insert your own point of view;
6. Fill in the gaps;
7. Use thumbnail images;
8. Give readers the option to close an iFrame or share bar;
9. Add a new title;
10. Claim Google authorship, as appropriate..."

Each step is analyzed with more information. Read full original article here:
http://contentmarketinginstitute.com/2013/11/ethical-content-curation-checklist

 


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Michelle Gilstrap's curator insight, January 5, 2014 3:18 PM

Excellent steps to look at how you are doing Content Curation.

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, January 8, 2014 7:35 PM

This is interesting and worth having.

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Content Curation: 10 Tips To Help You Curate Ethically

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e-Learning conference calls for sustainable innovation - University World News

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e-Learning conference calls for sustainable innovation University World News Dr Adele Botha, an expert in implementing and using mobile technologies in goal-oriented interactions, teamed up with Angelo Gitonga from the Ministry of Education in...

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Nanotechnology  for  University  World  News  / E - Learning / !

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Finding structure for unstructured data - FCW.com

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If hype equaled performance, big data and cloud computing would already be unmatched cost-cutting, efficiency-increasing, bottom line-building tools in the federal space.

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Finding  Structure  for  unstructured  data  -  New Mindset .  Critical  Thinking  give  new  Minset  for  the  understanding  New  Structure !

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Tony Agresta's curator insight, January 11, 2013 5:07 PM

There's a link to the paper entitled "Delivering on the Promise of Big Data in The Cloud" which goes into more detail on the Reference Data Architecture.   In that paper, the authors describe some of the techniques used to filter big data and visualize it in support of revealing meaning in the data.  Some of this visualization will involve charting, maps, timelines, tables and relationship graphs.  Big data is manageable given the right tools and methods of analysis.

 

When using this tools, here are some of the steps I've seen applied in the past with success -

 

  • Take an inventory of your data identifying data sources, tables, fields, missing values and the range of values for each field you will be working with.  How clean is the data?   Do you have what your need for the analysis?
  • Form your hypothesis and a detailed set of questions you want to answer about the data.  What are you trying to uncover?  What questions do you need to ask of the data?
  • Filter your data to arrive at a set of data to visualize.  This may need to be done in stages. For example, if you're using a visualization tool, you may be able to pre-process the data selecting a subset for your analysis. After some initial charting, you may identify a sub segment of data you want to look at more closely.  After looking at that data in different forms (maps, timelines, tables), you may decide it can be refined even further.
  • Use relationship graphing (link analysis) to connect the dots.   You may decide you need to see relationships between people and the flights they took, or people, where they live and where they work.  Any number of connection points can be analyzed with commercially available tools.   Too many connections will make the graph overly complex.   Three to six is probably ideal.
  • From that point, there are ways to highlight meaning in the data - scaling the size of the nodes and links based on other measures such as amount of deposits, number of calls, number of connections to other nodes – all of these will point you toward parts of the graph you need to explore in more detail.  Labeling and showing direction between the nodes (Did Jim call Steve or did Steve call Jim?) are other ways to analyze the data. 
  • Most tools that perform link analysis allow you to draw the graphs using different layouts. For example, draw the graph with the node that has the greatest number of connection points at the center.   Social network metrics like centrality and betweeness help you identify important nodes on the graph.  The entire space should be searchable providing you another level of filtering to identify individuals of interest.
  • There's usually a time dimension that's important in this type of analysis.  For example, when accounts were opened and closed, when phone calls were made or when flights were taken may provide additional insights.   Some tools allow you to build the graph based on this time dimension as if you're watching a movie. The graph is constructed based on these important events.
  • Share your results along with the insights you've found.  See if other analysts have additional things to add.

 

There are a ton of techniques you can use when it comes to big data visualization.    This is just a small sample but hopefully it helps analysts naviagte through large sets of data using data visualization and link analysis.

 


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Intellectual Property and Technology News | Issue 4, Q3 2013

In This Issue:

 

- IPT INSIGHTS

 

- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND SPORT – A WINNING COMBINATION...

 

- THE CJEU GOES TO THE MOVIES: REFLECTIONS ON FILMCOPYRIGHT FROM AUSTRIA, THE NETHERLANDS AND THE UK

 

- CLOUD COMPUTING CONTRACTS AND DATA PROTECTION CHALLENGES

 

- SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENTS: NINE STEPS TO MAXIMISING RETURN ON INVESTMENT

 

- US SUPREME COURT DECISION IN ASSOCIATION FOR MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY V MYRIAD GENETICS – THE PATENTING OF DNA SEQUENCES ANDIMPLICATIONS FOR THE BIOPHARMA INDUSTRY

 

- THE CONTRADICTORY WORLD OF SPANISH LAW AGAINST LATE PAYMENT

 

- A EUROPEAN LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE INFORMATION SOCIETY: TOWARDS A LEGISLATION 2.0?

 


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Defining your Target Market as a Small Business

Defining your Target Market as a Small Business | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

For a small business to be successful, you really need to understand what your target market want and need. There is no point in selling products which they have no interest in because you won’t make any sales and to make sure this doesn’t happen, you need to define your market.


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paulgreen's curator insight, August 23, 2013 6:16 AM

This is so, so important - yet so many small businesses still want to be everything for everybody - it's a flawed strategy. Your marketing message will be too generic, it is harder to find ideal clients.

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Nanotechnology today is mostly materials

Nanotechnology today is mostly materials | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it
When you hear the word nanotechnology, do you think of hoards of invisible microscopic robots collectively acting out some Hollywood scheme?
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Good  day,  Doug.                                                                                                            Nanotechnology  is  a  new  Knowledge; it does not conflict  with  other  kinds  of  Knowledge,  and  complements  the  general  picture  of  Knowledge .    

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Daryl Nazareth's curator insight, March 28, 2014 7:43 AM

This Article is about we rely on such technology without even knowing.

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8 Ways to Get the Biggest Marketing Bang Out of SlideShare

8 Ways to Get the Biggest Marketing Bang Out of SlideShare | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it
SlideShare is a vibrant, mobile-friendly, Google-indexed community. Here are eight ways savvy social marketers should use it.

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Crowdfunding Tip of the Week: Becoming a Thought Leader with Scoop.it

Crowdfunding Tip of the Week: Becoming a Thought Leader with Scoop.it | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it
Not sure how to get the message out about your crowdfunding campaign? This latest tip from Rose Spinelli should help your cause.
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Thought  Leader  with  new  Knowledge  for  Crowdfunding .

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Ally Greer's curator insight, August 21, 2013 2:00 PM

In the words of Rose Spinelli, "now there's no excuse not to be heard!"

Mounir Drioua's comment, August 23, 2013 7:42 PM
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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, October 28, 2013 10:01 AM

Scoop.it definitely delivers. Establish yourself as an expert in your niche, gather information, share, distribute through your social media channels, get followers, build a community. Great tool.

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Why Kickstarter and crowdfunding can’t replace traditional investors

Why Kickstarter and crowdfunding can’t replace traditional investors | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Aaron Pitman, an angel investor and founder and partner of RA Domain Capital.

If you’ve ever been to a big, rowdy concert, you’ve probably witnessed the phenomenon of crowdsurfing. This happens when a musician or fan takes a leap of faith from stage, knowing the crowd will carry them to safety. Using crowdfunding for your startup venture is much like crowdsurfing a rock concert — and also carries the same hazards that, at any moment, someone might drop you to the ground.

Still, Kickstarter success stories seem to be everywhere. The late, great teen detective television drama Veronica Mars broke all manner of Kickstarter records on its way to funding a theatrical edition. TV star and indie darling Zach Braff took to Kickstarter (not without his detractors) to fund his next independent movie. At this point, it seems like every other day celebrities and regular ol’ entrepreneurs are using the crowdfunding platform to raise needed capital.

So why shouldn’t you skip traditional investors and take your business plan straight to the people? Are traditional investors really that great when you can leverage your social networks for cash? This is the question the Kickstarter trend has inspired in a great number of entrepreneurs, who are hawking ideas from next-gen watches to artisanal sodas on the platform.

But, for startup founders looking to create a company built to last, is Kickstarter really the way to go? Here are some reasons traditional investors are still the the best bet for startup funding:

To read the full article, click on the title...

 

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, July 27, 2013 2:10 PM

Good question, I'm sure there will be a lot of controversy about this from both crowdfunders and investors alike. I am also sure that there is a future for both, how much of the market will they grab? We'll find out. The phenomenon of crowdfunding will definitely bring funding to a larger public and offer more opportunities to entrepreneurs and startups, and even investors are starting to use it on more specialized crowdfunding platforms. I don't think though that angel investors will have to worry about not finding enough investing opportunities. There are plenty of great startups out there.

shayhazan1's curator insight, December 4, 2014 3:24 PM

the main idea of this article is: to explain why traditional investors are more valued for the money raiser. they are not only investing money they are also guiding the Entrepreneur due to their own skills and knowledge.  

 

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The crowdfunding revolution

The crowdfunding revolution | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

Crowdfunding is booming. More than 1 million campaigns across 308 platforms raised $2.7 billion last year, an increase of 81% on 2011. And that volume is set to almost double in 2013, to $5.1 billion, according to a new report.


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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, May 1, 2013 2:57 AM

Good summary on Yahoo Finance. Some good ideas.


Best tip if you want to raise money with crowdfunding? Watch this presentation called 'Crowdfunding Formula'. Excellent info and worth the time. A 15 minutes briefing. https://growthink.infusionsoft.com/go/newmoneysource/gt4045/

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The Ninth Intelligence | Gallimaugrey

The Ninth Intelligence | Gallimaugrey | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

In Howard Gardner's catalog of Multiple Intelligences, the Ninth Intelligence is the rarest of them all.

 

Gardner calls it Existential Intelligence. Other candidate names are Spiritual Intelligence, Theological Intelligence, Religious Intelligence, Priestly Intelligence, Prophetic Intelligence, Mystical Intelligence, Kabbalistic Intelligence, Transcendent Intelligence, Metaphysical Intelligence, Ethical Intelligence, Sustainability Intelligence, Cybernetic Intelligence, Pattern Thinking, and (my favorite) Systems Intelligence.

 

Other related terms include Intuition, Visionary Insight, Wisdom, and Enlightenment.

 

Of all these flavors of the Ninth Intelligence, I prefer Systems Intelligence because it expressly exhibits the System Models and the calculus of their solution for Ethical Best Practices under an express Value System.

 

Click headline to watch the video clip of Gregory Bateson's "An Ecology of Mind--


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Global nanotechnology trends at nano tech 2013

An update on what's happening at nan tech 2013 in Tokyo this week.

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Are knowledge-sharing institutions showing too much bias?

Are knowledge-sharing institutions showing too much bias? | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it
Our knowledge sharing institutions of today are beginning to “humanize,” to focus more of their resources on creating readable, shareable media than on reporting cold, hard facts, simply to stay relevant and on top of peoples’ online radars.
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Our  knowledge  sharing  institutions  of  today  with Nanotechnology  /New IP of Nano/.                                                      Critical  Thinking  give  new Mindset,  becoming    Thought Leader.  Development  with  Thought Leader !

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The Basics of Crowdfunding

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Small investments from a lot of people can equal a lot of money.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, November 17, 2013 6:50 AM

Crowdfunding 101, have a read

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Are patent trolls strangling sustainable innovation? - The Guardian

Are patent trolls strangling sustainable innovation? - The Guardian | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it
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Are patent trolls strangling sustainable innovation?
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Patents were originally conceived as temporary defensive measures to protect and promote innovation.

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Technopreneurship: Pre-midterm Topic (Technopreneurship Ecosystem & Intellectual Property Rights)

Technopreneurship: Pre-midterm Topic (Technopreneurship Ecosystem & Intellectual Property Rights) | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

In our class in Technopreneurship, our instructor discussed regarding theTechnopreneurship Ecosystem, the three vital components for business, Seed Money and its examples, Angel Investors, some Famous and Successful Technopreneurs and she also discussed to us the lessons regarding Intellectual Property and its Rights. Let me discuss these topics one by one.


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Consulting Services | MarkLogic

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What Is Strategic Planning And How Do I Get Started?

What Is Strategic Planning And How Do I Get Started? | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

Strategic planning is the all-important task of defining your business, brand or company’s strategy. How will you set, implement and meet your goals? What are your goals? Who is responsible for making these strategies real, tangible and credible?

 

According to nearly any business, strategic planning includes four, basic pillars:

 

Vision

Mission

Values

Strategy


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paulgreen's curator insight, August 2, 2013 8:15 AM

Good question - you have to start somewhere!

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15 Business Models to copy + PDF Download with all cases | Board of Innovation

15 Business Models to copy + PDF Download with all cases | Board of Innovation | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

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Marci Segal, MS's curator insight, September 20, 2013 1:18 PM

Appreciate the variety of models shown and explained to spur innovation.

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Medium and the rise of quality content creation

Medium and the rise of quality content creation | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

Twitter Co-Founder Evan Williams has an ambitious new plan: to shift our daily reading habits away from consuming incremental news bites and towards engaging with enlightened ideas curated by an intelligent algorithm. 


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  The  Rise  of  Quality  Content  Creation  with  New  Mindset  with  Nanotechnology !

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Linda Allen's comment, September 18, 2013 12:34 PM
Thank you for sharing!
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How Should a New Startup in Singapore Find Funding?

How Should a New Startup in Singapore Find Funding? | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

I drafted up a few quick diagrams to explain the funding scene in Singapore. It’s not complete, but might be helpful to some. There are three main sources to look into when starting out. Of course I am presuming you are not planning to fund it entirely on your own.


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Free business plan template, no one does better than this

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Best free business plan template out there? Here's what we found.. our top recommendation

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What Are the Differences Between Knowledge, Wisdom, and Insight?

What Are the Differences Between Knowledge, Wisdom, and Insight? | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it
Knowledge, Wisdom and Insight may sound like synonyms, but they are not. They have some very real differences in the essence of their meanings and their applications in our life.

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Knowledge  with   real  application in  my  life  / Nanotechnology /New IP of Nano/  !

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Lou Salza's curator insight, April 8, 2013 4:57 PM

This was interesting to me--Lou

Excerpt:

"In a nutshell: If knowledge is information, wisdom is the understanding and application of that knowledge and insight is the awareness of the underlying essence of a truth.

Sadly we can gain a lifetime of knowledge, yet never see the wisdom in it. We can be wise, but still miss the deeper meaning.

 

Christopher Reiss does a great job of summing up the differences:

Knowledge is measuring that a desert path is 12.4 miles long.

Wisdom is packing enough water for the hike.

Insight is building a lemonade stand at mile 6...."

 
Andrrey Yatsenko's curator insight, February 18, 2014 2:45 AM

How  make  the  World  Transformation  with  New  Knowledge,  Innovation, insight  and  New  Business  Decisions  for  SME's .

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Thinking Productively: Understanding Emotional Intelligence

Thinking Productively: Understanding Emotional Intelligence | New  IP  of  Nano,  Nanotechnologies  for  Development . | Scoop.it

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The Learning Factor's curator insight, August 26, 2013 5:37 PM

Team Productivity is a complex matter, although we are able to break it down into very practical elements, it requires a deeper look into the so-called grey areas such as cognition, learning and different types of intelligences, to be fully understood. An area that directly contributes to productivity and productive thinking is Emotional Intelligence.


We live in a society that is highly competitive. There is a lot of pressure to perform and be better at what you do than the next person. As a result we invest in those things we think will make us successful and productive at what we do. We spend lots of time and money on education, we download productivity apps, we read self-help books and blogs on a variety of topics and we buy more and more technology in the hope it will get us to the end result sooner.


Even though these strategies yield results, we often neglect an important element to success in our personal and professional lives. This fundamental  ingredient is termed Emotional Intelligence.