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Recent Amerikaans onderzoek laat zien dat ouderen die actief zijn op internet over het algemeen zelfredzamer en minder eenzaam zijn. Tegelijkertijd moeten veel ouderen een enorme drempel over bij het gebruik van een computer. Een drempel die wordt verlaagd door de ipad: niet extreem duur, handzaam en makkelijk in het gebruik. En voor het internetgebruik van de meeste ouderen meer dan toereikend.
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Business Insider The Most Damning Chart That Shows How Far The Economy Still Has To Recover Business Insider Today, Calculated Risk posts a graph that looks at the employment-to-population ratio and participation rate for workers aged 25 to 54.
The selfie, a very modern phenomenon where users take pictures of themselves that they then submit to one or more social media sites, seems harmless enough. After all, what’s wrong with sharing a photo showing us off at our best?
And sharing selfies is something that many of us like to do: hundreds of millions of self-shots get sent and exchanged on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat each and every day. But what if this is all indicative of something more troubling? What if the selfie overload points to a growing narcissism in our culture?
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Did you know that the term “social commerce” was first introduced by Yahoo in November, 2005?
Since (and even before) then, social commerce has changed the way that we shop online. Global e-commerce sales are expected to top $1.2 trillion this year, and platforms such as Twitter and Facebook are driving a growing chunk of that change.
Indeed, studies have shown that one third of users follow at least one brand on Twitter, and two-thirds of those will buy from those brands. This infographic from Startups.fm takes a closer look at the rise of social commerce.
Distance Learning Publishes New Infograph on Oceanic Dead Zones SBWire (press release) Gainesville, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/22/2013 -- A new infographic has been released recently on Oceanic dead zones, hypoxic (or low-oxygen) areas in the world...