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[아이폰-APP] 21 Inspiring iPhone App Websites

[아이폰-APP] 21 Inspiring iPhone App Websites | Trends & Market | Scoop.it

늘 새로움이 넘치는 앱 세상....

 

 

iPhone App websites are always a good source of inspiration. They are, most of the time, beautifully designed and showcase some really interesting apps. It’s nice to pay attention to the ‘design aesthetics’ of Apple related things, it seems that all designers get inspired and create clean and beautiful stuff. So today, to give you a good dose of inspiration, we gathered some great sites that vary from weather apps to photo apps, video apps and much more. Take a look on all the good examples of how designers use texture, images, colors and type to create the unique Apple look most of us love.

 

21 Inspiring iPhone App Websites

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Study: Young People More Inclined To Choose Social Media Over Sex

Study: Young People More Inclined To Choose Social Media Over Sex | Trends & Market | Scoop.it

오...리얼리??!

섹스보다 페북.....세대구나...

 

 

The University of Chicago study that's "arousing interest" found that checking Facebook or Twitter is more alluring than sex for those immersed in the Internet age.


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[소셜미디어] Facebook Launches Collections, “Want/Collect” Buttons That Save Products To Pinteresque Profile Sections

[소셜미디어] Facebook Launches Collections, “Want/Collect” Buttons That Save Products To Pinteresque Profile Sections | Trends & Market | Scoop.it

 

Oh HO~ @.@

 

 

 

Excerpted from article on TechCrunch:

"Facebook has just begun testing “Collections” — a new feature it says is “unrelated” to Pinterest but could be a competitor. It allows retailers to add “Want” or “Collect” buttons to news feed posts about products. These save and share products to a “Wishlist” on user profiles that host a “Buy” button that can be clicked through to make purchases offsite.

Seven retail partners can now share Collections posts to their fans.

 

Collections could help retailers score viral click-throughs to their product pages by making things their fans are interested in more discoverable to friends. Facebook isn’t earning affiliate fees on Collections click throughs, but it could get brands to buy ads to get more fans.

 

The “Want” button adds a product to a Timeline section called “Wishlist” visible to friends of friends, the “Collect” button saves to to a Collection called “Products” that’s visible to friends only, and a special version of the “Like” button will also add to “Products” but that’s visible to friends of friends.

 

The “Want” button adds a product to a Timeline section called “Wishlist” visible to friends of friends, the “Collect” button saves to to a Collection called “Products” that’s visible to friends only, and a special version of the “Like” button will also add to “Products” but that’s visible to friends of friends..."

 

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http://techcrunch.com/2012/10/08/facebook-collections/


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[리더십] Female muscle, the Changing Politics & Economy of Gender, Women in Leadership

[리더십] Female muscle, the Changing Politics & Economy of Gender, Women in Leadership | Trends & Market | Scoop.it

"Insights into Leadership & the Politics of Gender via the book, The End of Men: And the Rise of Women by Hanna Rosin to be published in Britain in October"

 

At the local Women's Exchange of Washtenaw Forum 2012, one of our Open Space group discussions was on the Politics of Gender.  This intriguing book brings up good points about the shifts & changes in our disruptive, social media charged, globally connected world.    

   

The photo set, including several public photos, is here:  Women, Empowerment at WXW Open Space Exchange Forum2012   ~  Deb

  

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“All the things we need to be good at to thrive in the world…are things that my female friends and competitors are better at than me.”

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Excerpted - from the Economist, Sept. 2012:

   

Women dominate university attendance around the world.

   

In South Korea more women than men pass the foreign-service exam, which has sparked the foreign ministry to implement a minimum quota for men.      In Brazil nearly a third of women earn more than their husbands, a phenomenon that has caused men to form church support-groups calling themselves “Men of Tears”.     Ms Rosin, an editor at Atlantic, whose book grew out of an article she wrote for the magazine in 2010, highlights how women today are excelling, while men founder.     As part of her research, she travelled to many corners of America, including Auburn-Opelika, Alabama, where women’s median income is 40% higher than men’s.       

The financial crisis has been especially unkind to men: three-quarters of the 7.5m American jobs lost in the recession belonged to men and were in traditionally masculine industries, such as construction, manufacturing and finance.

   

“Probably no one has had their wife move up the ladder as far as I’ve moved down,” says one man.     Another, who is annoyed that his girlfriend earns more than he does, complains, “All the things we need to be good at to thrive in the world…are things that my female friends and competitors are better at than me.”

  

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The new service-based economy rewards communication and adaptation, qualities that women are more likely to have.

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Ms Rosin highlights the deterioration of the male-in-the-workplace condition.

    

The new service-based economy rewards communication and adaptation, qualities that women are more likely to have.       Only about 3% of men have taken over raising children full-time while their wives support their families.       Instead, many men, especially young ones, have retreated into a world of video games, drinking and prolonged adolescence—a phenomenon identified in “Guyland”, a 2008 book by an American sociologist, Michael Kimmel.

 

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[소셜미디어] Beyond the Basics: 30 Fresh Social Media Tips for 2012

[소셜미디어] Beyond the Basics: 30 Fresh Social Media Tips for 2012 | Trends & Market | Scoop.it
Today, I want to cover some significant changes in social media strategy on the top social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.

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