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Great Critical Thinking Map for your Classroom

Great Critical Thinking Map for your Classroom | Walking the talk: why storytelling is the future for media companies | Scoop.it

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Javier Castro's curator insight, September 24, 2014 8:42 AM

agregar su visión ...

Cynthia Day's curator insight, September 25, 2014 11:07 AM

Making up my mind

Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, September 25, 2014 6:10 PM

A good one to display for a visual reminder.

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Top 29 Best Ways to Stay Creative in Life Inspirational | All Infographics

Top 29 Best Ways to Stay Creative in Life Inspirational | All Infographics | Walking the talk: why storytelling is the future for media companies | Scoop.it
Infographics on being creative in life and inspiration with top 29 ways to be creative on success and startup exploring and researching ideas and concept...

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Elisa Vivancos's comment, December 22, 2012 3:46 AM
http://allinfographics.org/top-29-best-ways-to-stay-creative-in-life-inspirational
Kathy Jordan's curator insight, February 10, 2013 11:27 AM

I need motivation to stay creative and this infographic by @all_infographic is a winner.

Ana Gea's curator insight, March 19, 2013 9:03 PM

Most importantly- Have fun & Finish something. 

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PØBEL – STREET ART (Almost Norwegian Banksy) - Hot Penguin

PØBEL – STREET ART (Almost Norwegian Banksy) - Hot Penguin | Walking the talk: why storytelling is the future for media companies | Scoop.it
PØBEL – STREET ART...

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Creating Order From Digital Chaos | GigaOM

Creating Order From Digital Chaos | GigaOM | Walking the talk: why storytelling is the future for media companies | Scoop.it

Giuseppe Mauriello: I read this interesting article on GigaOM by Jim Hornthal that published an excerpt from his TED ebook “Haystack Full of Needles: Cutting Through the Clutter of the Online World to find a Place, Partner, or President.”

 

Here are some points that they caught my attention:

"What happens when data is huge? We get lost. Discovery, not search, will produce the next data-exploration breakthrough.

 

In the modern era, information overload has become an even larger problem than information scarcity. Data is generated by the ton, and most of it is not remotely relevant or useful. The way we search has even created a gray market in this thin veneer of content, often referred to as “faux content.”

 

Estimates vary but all point to evidence that a great percentage of the web today is simply manufactured sites created specifically to scoop up visitors in search of ad dollars. The effect isn’t just a nuisance, and makes sifting through the ever growing tons of online data even more confounding.

 

The back-link game, or the process by which websites can purchase inbound links — Google’s original secret sauce that generated results based on the “authority” of a web page — has become vital to generating superior search results, and the multibillion-dollar search-engine optimization industry is built on reverse-engineering the actual search algorithms for commercial gain.

 

Rich Skrenta, the CEO of the spam-free search engine Blekko, frames this de-evolution in an interesting way: “Today, the Web has become a tragedy of the commons, a social system ruled by spam — over 90 percent of URLs today are pure junk!”

 

Fortunately, there is a growing band of innovators who have taken up the challenge and are tackling those issues — with startlingly similar approaches. Their universal mission is to employ relevant, expert-based pattern recognition to generate a useful consumer outcome.

 

For these passionate discovery engineers, the goal is not to find a needle in a haystack, but instead to present a haystack of needles, an array of potential valuable answers to a growing list of useful and impactful questions..."

 

Read full original article here:

http://gigaom.com/2012/10/20/creating-order-from-digital-chaos/

 


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Top 15 Must Have Free iPhone Apps For Designers and Creative Souls

Top 15 Must Have Free iPhone Apps For Designers and Creative Souls | Walking the talk: why storytelling is the future for media companies | Scoop.it

Here are 15 free iPhone apps that every designer, artist or creative soul shouldn't be without - from camera apps to stop motion and animation apps, to apps that help you create custom color palettes - this list truly covers the gamut and are apps that no creative apps arsenal should be without.


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The Difference Between a Photographer and an Artist

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A photographer is someone who takes photographs. These days, anybody can be a photographer, and the reciprocal is also true—a photographer can be anybody.

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Nikon D600 In-Depth Review

Nikon D600 In-Depth Review | Walking the talk: why storytelling is the future for media companies | Scoop.it

We've just published our 23-page, in-depth review of the Nikon D600. Aimed at enthusiasts, the Nikon D600 offers a 24MP full-frame CMOS sensor and a 39-point AF system adapted from the D7000. In many other respects, it owes a lot to its considerably more expensive cousin, the 36MP D800. When we previewed the D600 we were impressed by its image quality and how many features it offers for the money. So how does it fare when put through our rigorous studio and real-world testing? Click the links below to find out.


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Curation Tips and Tools for Non Profits featuring J.D. LasicaScoop.it

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Did you miss #ScoopitChat for Non Profits Featuring J.D. Lasica yesterday? We summed it up so that no one misses out on the great insights and advice that came out during this exciting hour!..Some key takeaways from the chat include:..-The import...
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Seven apps for street art fans | TechHive

Seven apps for street art fans | TechHive | Walking the talk: why storytelling is the future for media companies | Scoop.it
There are a lot of apps that show street art; we've found seven of the best.
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Cecelia Webber's Digital Art: Human Bodies Artwork

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Cecelia Webber is a New Hampshire-born artist working primarily in digital photography art and acrylic painting. After graduating in 2008 from the University of Southern California, her Flowers Series went viral online and rapidly gained international exposure, propelling her into the spotlight across the blogosphere.


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