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This blog looks at how technology is redefining individual liberties and nurturing a new age of co-operation and equality.
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Spy agency fund targets Bay Area technology - San Jose Mercury News

Spy agency fund targets Bay Area technologySan Jose Mercury NewsWith technology that would make James Bond envious, Silicon Valley companies are playing a behind-the-scenes role with the nation's most clandestine agencies, helping to develop everything...
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Watch these: Over 500 full-length movies you can stream for free

Watch these: Over 500 full-length movies you can stream for free | Pinnacle | Scoop.it
Open Culture has amassed a list of over 500 movies that can be viewed online right now for the low cost of free. The lengthy collection is divided into genres with films sourced from a wide variety...
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Social Marketing, Social Media Analytics

Social Marketing, Social Media Analytics | Pinnacle | Scoop.it
“With CMOs surpassing CIOs in spend on technology within the next five years, our Marketing Cloud leadership will allow us to capitalize on this massive opportunity for social listening and marke...
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Social Marketing, Social Media Analytics

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“With CMOs surpassing CIOs in spend on technology within the next five years, our Marketing Cloud leadership will allow us to capitalize on this massive opportunity for social listening and marke...
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How Streaming Music Will Change Culture… for the Better

How Streaming Music Will Change Culture… for the Better | Pinnacle | Scoop.it

"Forget, for the moment, about how much Spotify pays out to artists.

 

Focus instead on the nature of those payouts.

 

In the olden days (i.e. 20 years ago), recording

artists had to convince you to fall for their music once — just long enough to buy a CD. Since the inception of pop music as a physical format, this need to impress the music buyer for a short length of time gave..."


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Adam Allison's curator insight, May 13, 2013 10:14 PM

The shift has brought to life the fact that less people are about the art ofthe album and more people just want singles. Contributing to the portion that the art of making music is dying and music is becoming to commercialized and processed. However some people still want to hear great music and use these tools to seek it out.