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La société en mouvement « 2.0 » : quels enjeux, quelles opportunités, quel avenir ?
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Ello, le réseau social anti-Facebook qui fait le buzz

Ello, le réseau social anti-Facebook qui fait le buzz | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Pour s'imposer, Ello se présente donc comme l'anti-Facebook. Si le nouveau réseau social souhaite être "un endroit pour rester connecté, pour créer et pour célébrer la vie", et non pas un "outil qui trompe, contraint et manipule", il propose bien évidemment une boîte de messagerie, un partage de contenus, la possibilité de laisser des commentaires... Ce sont donc sur les conditions d'utilisation - celles de Facebook sont régulièrement pointées du doigt - et les publicités qu'Ello souhaite faire la différence.
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Return to the original Web 2.0 philosophy - but presented in an anti-capitalist format. The big questions are: will it be viable and will we like a neutral, non-consumerist platform, in the long turn, that is?



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5 raisons d'être optimiste sur l'avenir des médias - FrenchWeb.fr

5 raisons d'être optimiste sur l'avenir des médias - FrenchWeb.fr | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
La classe moyenne grandit, les lecteurs sur mobiles sont de plus en plus nombreux...
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App That Lets Users Sell Public Parking Spots Is Told to Shut Down | Business | WIRED

App That Lets Users Sell Public Parking Spots Is Told to Shut Down | Business | WIRED | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
The fight between entrepreneurs and regulators over the so-called sharing economy is entering weird new territory. With the arrival of Monkey Parking–an app that lets parking-space squatters auction their prized curb space to drivers weary of circling the block–startups are now making it possible to “share” things you don’t own in the first place. The…
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Getting paid to help people find the right parking spot... is illegal in San Francisco :-).

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Tim Berners-Lee: we need to re-decentralise the web (Wired UK)

Tim Berners-Lee: we need to re-decentralise the web (Wired UK) | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Twenty-five years on from the web's inception, its creator has urged the public to re-engage with its original design: a decentralised internet that at its very core, remains open to all
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Important stuff. From an important man for the web and thus society. A must read. Citation.

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He reiterated the need to  protect whistleblowers like Edward Snowden that leak information only in extreme circumstances "because they have this role in society". But more than this, he noted the need for hackers. 

"It's a really important culture, it's important to have the geek community as a whole think about its responsibility and what it can do. We need various alternative voices pushing back on conventional government sometimes." 

In the midst of so much political and social disruption, the man who changed the course of communication, education, activism and so much more, and in so many ways, remains dedicated to fighting for a web founded in freedom and openness. But when asked what he would have done differently, the answer was easy. "I would have got rid of the slash slash after the colon. You don't really need it. It just seemed like a good idea at the time.""

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