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Conseil Web Social » Réseaux sociaux, nouveaux corps intermédiaires ?

Conseil Web Social » Réseaux sociaux, nouveaux corps intermédiaires ? | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it

Article de Vincent Berthelot, en fait une interrogation sur le rôle des réseaux sociaux dans l'entreprise et en quoi ils changent la relation entre les organisations syndicales et l'entreprise. A lire. Extrait.

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"C’est dans ce contexte que l’on « re »-découvre que l’engagement des salariés peut être une source de performance et de productivité voire devenir L’avantage concurrentiel.

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Mais cette recherche d’une nouvelle martingale nécessite de s’interroger sur les clefs de l’engagement des salariés et des indicateurs de son niveau. A l’inverse on peut aussi chercher à connaître les sources de démotivation et d’insatisfaction.

C’est sur ce créneau que se lance Yammer dans un partenariat avec Kanjoya, société spécialisée dans l’analyse des sentiments en ligne pour ne faire ni plus ni moins que du diagnostic social en temps réel.

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Un réseau social d’entreprise adossé à de tels outils apporte un complément à l’analyse du climat social en se basant sur l’expression directe des salariés qui s’expriment par ce biais et non pas sur les remontés des différents acteurs au contact et en particulier des managers et des représentants syndicaux.

Read more: http://www.conseilwebsocial.com/index.php/2012/reseaux-sociaux-nouveaux-corps-intermediaires/#ixzz2CEDlD1j8"

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La société en mouvement « 2.0 » : quels enjeux, quelles opportunités, quel avenir ?
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Les nouvelles technos ne détruisent pas le cerveau, elles s’y adaptent ! « InternetActu.net

InternetActu.net est un site d'actualité consacré aux enjeux de l'internet, aux usages innovants qu'il permet et aux recherches qui en découlent.
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Quel bonheur, cet article ! Juste une citation :

 

"Pour Sebastian Dieguez, ce qu’il faut retenir de ces démonstrations, c’est que nous devons laisser la nature nous inspirer. Qu’il faut puiser dans nos compétences cognitives spécifiques et exploiter les failles de notre cerveau. Notre créativité ne repose pas sur le libre arbitre ou l’aléatoire, mais sur les biais, préjugés et habitudes de notre cerveau. Ce sont elles qu’il faut exploiter !

Un discours très relativiste, qui remet en perspective bien des craintes que génèrent les nouvelles technologies et qui permet encore au neuroscientifique de pointer du doigt que la vitesse, l’accélération, l’infobésité dont nous sommes censés être les victimes ne se construisent pas contre nous, mais s’adaptent à nos capacités. “Si quelque chose est trop rapide pour nous, nous ne l’adopterons pas. Nous ne sommes pas submergés, nous savons très bien ignorer ce qui ne nous intéresse pas.”"

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Gilles Le Page's curator insight, February 28, 2013 11:25 PM

article à rapprocher du super bouquin "Les Neurones de la lecture" du neuropsychologue Stanislas Dehaene : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Les_Neurones_de_la_lecture

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Merci Le Page Gilles !
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Pourquoi Uber et Lyft lancent la bataille du covoiturage

Pourquoi Uber et Lyft lancent la bataille du covoiturage | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Pourquoi Uber et Lyft lancent la bataille du covoiturage
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Voilà voilà ce que donne une veille à la réntrée : trop d'information tue l'information. Mais je vous le donne quand-même :-). Extrait.

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"Ces nouveaux services visent à "combler un vide dans l’offre actuelle de transport", explique Snir Kodesh, co-fondateur et directeur général d'Hitch, une start-up qui s'est lancée sur ce marché au début de l'été. Ils offrent un compromis entre les bus municipaux “pas chers mais lents” et les chauffeurs privés et les taxis “rapides mais chers”."

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Why Grandma Shouldn't Have Posted Instagram Pics On Facebook

Why Grandma Shouldn't Have Posted Instagram Pics On Facebook | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
A well-intentioned grandmother accidentally hurt her grandkids’ feelings. She took screenshots of their delightful Instagram photos and proudly uploaded them to Facebook for all of her social network friends to see. If the younger generation didn’t set their accounts to private, could Grandma possibly have committed a faux pas? All she [...]
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Ok, ok, I am definitely reading along stories on Forbes. Anyway, this one is a nice explication of what everyone already knows, no? Excerpt.

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"Vernon argues that the answer is simple. Grandma misinterpreted her grandkids’ intentions. “Maybe there’s a reason they didn’t post them on Facebook,” Vernon writes. Indeed, “maybe they want their friends and perfect strangers to see the photos, but didn’t want family to.”

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Why Uber must be stopped

Why Uber must be stopped | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
The touted start-up is proving to be the embodiment of unrestrained hyper-capitalism. What happens when it wins?
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Now that a federal judge in Germany prohibited Uber to exercice in their country, the #digiwar as it is called by some, is back on stage. What do we think about its operating ways and how do we relate to labor and rights, is an important question to be addressed. Ecxerpt.

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"So here’s what’s going to happen. Society is going to realize that power as great as Uber’s needs to be checked. Uber, by virtue of its own success, will demonstrate where the lines need to be drawn for the general good. When Uber is the only game in town, the necessity for comprehensive requirements for commercial insurance and background checks will be obvious. When Uber starts using its logistics clout and unlimited investment capital to go after UPS and Hertz and FedEx, regulators will start wondering about antitrust issues.

It’s probably too soon to cry out “Break up Uber.” The company hasn’t won yet. But the smart money is on Uber (by definition, if you consider Google and Goldman Sachs, two prominent Uber investors, to be “smart”). When we allow capitalism to play out without rules, and learn anew how labor gets exploited under that scenario, we may recall why we had rules in the first place.

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Social Media and the ‘Spiral of Silence’

Social Media and the ‘Spiral of Silence’ | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms did not provide new outlets for the discussion of the Snowden-NSA revelations. People who thought their social media friends disagreed with them were less likely to discuss the issues in person and online.
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Well, the conclusions are very similar to what some of my students reported last year. Interesting study. Excerpt.

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"The survey did not directly explore why people might remain silent if they felt that their opinions were in the minority. The traditional view of the spiral of silence is that people choose not to speak out for fear of isolation. Other Pew Research studies have found that it is common for social media users to be mistaken about their friends’ beliefs and to be surprised once they discover their friends’ actual views via social media. Thus, it might be the case that people do not want to disclose their minority views for fear of disappointing their friends, getting into fruitless arguments, or losing them entirely. Some people may prefer not to share their views on social media because their posts persist and can be found later—perhaps by prospective employers or others with high status. As to why the absence of agreement on social media platforms spills over into a spiral of silence in physical settings, we speculate that social media users may have witnessed those with minority opinions experiencing ostracism, ridicule or bullying online, and that this might increase the perceived risk of opinion sharing in other settings."

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"There are limits to what this snapshot can tell us about how social media use is related to the ways Americans discuss important political issues. This study focuses on one specific public affairs issue that was of interest to most Americans: the Snowden-NSA revelations. It is not an exhaustive review of all public policy issues and the way they are discussed in social media."

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I Liked Everything I Saw on Facebook for Two Days. Here’s What It Did to Me | Gadget Lab | WIRED

I Liked Everything I Saw on Facebook for Two Days. Here’s What It Did to Me | Gadget Lab | WIRED | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
I like everything. Or at least I did, for 48 hours. Literally everything Facebook sent my way, I liked---even if I hated it.
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Histoire vraie, hilarante/triste (qui a dit que c'est la fin de l'époque bipolaire ?) et prévisible en même temps: que se passe-t-il quand on "like" tout ce qui se présente sur ton flux Facebook? L'histoire, à part que c'est une expérience intéressante, est bien écrite et vaut votre attention. Extrait.

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"See, Facebook uses algorithms to decide what shows up in your feed. It isn’t just a parade of sequential updates from your friends and the things you’ve expressed an interest in. In 2014 the News Feed is a highly-curated presentation, delivered to you by a complicated formula based on the actions you take on the site, and across the web. I wanted to see how my Facebook experience would change if I constantly rewarded the robots making these decisions for me, if I continually said, “good job, robot, I like this.” I also decided I’d only do this on Facebook itself—trying to hit every Like button I came across on the open web would just be too daunting. But even when I kept the experiment to the site itself, the results were dramatic."

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Libertarianism.org

Libertarianism.org | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Many people believe that liberty is the core political value of modern civilization itself, the one that gives substance and form to all the other values of social life. They're called libertarians.
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There has been a lot of talking going on on libertarianism, so here is a website with resources.

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Alain Damasio : « Le HACKER est l’homme cultivé du présent et du futur »

Alain Damasio : « Le HACKER est l’homme cultivé du présent et du futur » | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it

Dans son nouveau numéro, sorti en kiosques le 15 juin dernier, Usbek & Rica se demande si, en produisant des mondes futurs prenant la forme de descriptions outrancières du système capitaliste, la science-fiction n’est pas la plus efficace des contre-cultures. À cette occasion, la journaliste Anne de Malleray a rencontré l’écrivain français Alain Damasio pour parler de science-fiction et de contre-pouvoir, de Nietzsche et de transhumanisme, nouvelle religion d’un monde en voie de dévitalisation.


« Le transhumanisme, c’est juste un déficit, un handicap intime. »


« La SF est fondamentalement un art critique. »


« Je n’ai pas de téléphone portable car ça représente à mes yeux une régression psychanalytique majeure. »


« À travers les techniques de contrôle, c’est notre rapport au monde qui se dématérialise. »


« J’attends encore le robot qui va marcher sur une plage de galets sans se casser la gueule… »


« Qui aurait parié un kopek sur le SMS en 1990 ? »



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How Social Media Silences Debate

How Social Media Silences Debate | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
People have always tended to surround themselves with like-minded people, but the Internet makes doing so easier than ever before, a study finds.
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Interesting, not surprising: will time teach us to be different in the future or are social organization and norms universal and reluctant to change? Excerpt.

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"The Internet, it seems, is contributing to the polarization of America, as people surround themselves with people who think like them and hesitate to say anything different. Internet companies magnify the effect, by tweaking their algorithms to show us more content from people who are similar to us.

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TrocMaison.com + EatWith

TrocMaison.com + EatWith | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
TrocMaison.com est fier de vous annoncer son partenariat avec EatWith, une incroyable société qui vous donne la possibilité de manger comme chez vous loin de chez vous.

Via Emilie Morcillo
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Il existe déjà de nombreux exemples de plateformes pour aller manger "chez l'habitant" et en voilà une nouvelle combinaison : échanger de maison et manger chez un habitant loin de chez vous. Cela va faire du bruit :-).

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From Zipcar to the Sharing Economy

From Zipcar to the Sharing Economy | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
How peer-to-peer marketplaces are "reengineering" consumption.
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More on sharing economy.... Excerpt.

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"In 2013, corporate America will need to pay very close attention to this new paradigm. The terms “collaborative consumption” and “sharing economy” might seem more reminiscent of flower power than of Gordon Gekko, but the business threats they embody are very real. For companies in a growing number of industries, it’s no longer sufficient if you leverage digital technologies to rationalize and optimize your internal production. If your business relies on a model of consumption that is inefficient for your consumers, chances are that there’s already a new sharing economy marketplace that is looking to streamline it for them."

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Ne prenons pas (tous) les scouts numériques de l’économie collaborative pour de naïfs altruistes

Ne prenons pas (tous) les scouts numériques de l’économie collaborative pour de naïfs altruistes | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
L’économie collaborative ou sharing economy bouleverse les modes de production et de consommation. Mais ses évangélistes ne peuvent masquer la contradiction fondamentale de ce mouvement: il sera soit le dépassement du capitalisme, soit exactement l’inverse. Internautes de tous pays, au boulot.
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Article intéressant, tentant d'esquisser les points de vue différents sur les principes de l'économie de partage.

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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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German court orders Uber to suspend services across the country

German court orders Uber to suspend services across the country | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
It’s not the first ban Uber’s faced in Germany, but it is the first country-wide ban and the stakes are much higher this time — up to €250,000 per infraction, plus possible jail time.
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Je vais essayer de reprendre l'écriture (#procrastination #procrastination) mais voici une dernière, le scoop de la journée. #digiwar

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Les beacons, ces petits capteurs qui vont révolutionner le commerce

Les beacons, ces petits capteurs qui vont révolutionner le commerce | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Les beacons, ces petits capteurs qui vont révolutionner le commerce
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Pour ceux qui ne savent pas encore ce que sont les #beacons, voici une explication. L'avenir du shopping, design des modes d'achat, #smartdata, enfin, tout cela en un seul petit capteur joliment dessiné...

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Uber’s Biggest Danger Is Its Business Model, Not Bad PR | Business | WIRED

Uber’s Biggest Danger Is Its Business Model, Not Bad PR | Business | WIRED | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
The real peril to Uber isn't bad PR. It's what the costs of recruiting drivers, both in terms of money and a blemished brand, says about Uber's business model compared to those of traditional software companies. More drivers don't equal more value added. They simply equal staying alive.
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Is Uber's model sustainable enough to endure? Not sure. Excerpts. And don't forget to read the comments on this article :-).

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"But the real peril to Uber isn’t bad PR. It’s the costs of recruiting drivers and what that says about Uber’s business model compared to those of traditional software companies. More drivers don’t equal more value added. They simply equal staying alive.

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"In the brief history of online businesses, competitive advantage typically has been gained by virtualizing away the costs of the physical, or lost by failing to shed that real-world weight. Amazon used the web to eliminate the overhead of brick-and-mortar retail stores. Newspapers were weighed down by the costs of paper and ink. But Uber isn’t really using tech to make something that was once physical virtual. It’s simply taking an existing service—hailing and dispatching rides—and making it better by leveraging mobile tech to make it more efficient. The need for a physical operation on the ground doesn’t shrink."

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Les territoires numériques de la France de demain

Les territoires numériques de la France de demain | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Les nouvelles technologies sont devenues un outil incontournable de la vie en société. Pourtant, les individus et les territoires ne sont pas égaux face au numérique. Des inégalités persistent dans l’accès aux équipements et aux réseaux de télécommunications. De manière plus inquiétante, c’est dans la capacité des individus à utiliser les outils multimédias que les inégalités se creusent. Elles risquent d’aggraver les inégalités sociales et culturelles présentes dans notre société.


Via : LEBRETON Claudy, Stratégie.Gouv, 09/2013, 177 pages


Via Aradel
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Un beau programme, établi l'année dernière. On suivra avec attention la suite :-). Extrait.

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"Cependant, jusqu’à présent, les questions d’infrastructures ont trop largement monopolisé les débats politiques et les investissements. Dans le champ des services et des usages numériques, de nombreuses expérimentations ont été conduites, mais trop souvent de manière isolée.

Les pistes de réflexion et d’action proposées dans ce rapport convergent vers la nécessité de s’approprier les nouvelles technologies dans la proximité, sur la base des territoires vécus. La culture numérique – collaboration, ouverture, mutualisation, reconnaissance de l’initiative individuelle, etc. – doit être mise au service du développement territorial. La création de biens communs qui en résultera (logiciels, services, connaissance, données) offrira l’assurance de mécanismes de solidarité durables, tant au niveau local que global.

- See more at: http://www.strategie.gouv.fr/publications/territoires-numeriques-de-france-de-demain#sthash.hiKTGM6p.dpuf"

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Why the web isn’t as meritocratic as you think

Social media may be easy to access, but communicating with people via social media isn’t always as easy as it might seem. Posting content online isn’t the same as getting it in front of them. It may be public, but a lot of effort is still needed to publicize what you post. In theory, social […]
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Old news, but well told story :-). Excerpt.

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"People’s experience of social media varies widely, depending heavily on how the people around them use these services. Most people don’t follow strangers randomly; they follow people they know, respect or are curious about. Because of countless historical reasons, people’s personal networks are shaped by race, class, religion, geography and language. This gets reproduced online and is often referred to as the “filter bubble”. As a result, just because people are all on one social media site together does not mean that they are exposed to each other’s content. How you see Instagram, the photo sharing service, is fundamentally different than how I see Instagram because we inevitably follow different people."

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One week of carsharing in Milan

One week of carsharing in Milan | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it

Via 15marches
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Now this is amazing! Data visualization of car sharing in Milan - what can it learn us about mobility patterns in the city? Excerpt.

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"This project is intended as a small experiment with an Academic purpose. Our goal is to find out new way to explore, analyze and visualize mobility patterns in the city without any commercial or advertising purpose.
As we explain in the previous description we don't have the data about the routes of each car but we used a routing open service to estimate them. If you are interested about this topic please take a look at this project by Mappable that have been particularly inspiring for us."

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De Lyer, Week 7: Communicating emergencies via social media or 911?

De Lyer, Week 7:  Communicating emergencies via social media or 911? | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
In 2009, two Australian girls became trapped in a storm drain.  With limited cell phone life, they posted their emergency on Facebook rather than call the Australian equivalent of 911.  It took fou...
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Are social media good for emergencies?

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We will see these street signs from the future very soon

We will see these street signs from the future very soon | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it

solutSigns From the Near Future—a Tumblr that features photoshopped images that show the upcoming consequences of technology development—has quickly become one of my favorite blogs. Some of the street signs are genius— I have no doubt that we will see them in the very near future.

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Absolutely fantastic!

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Uber’s Secret Agents: When Poaching Becomes Unethical

Uber’s Secret Agents: When Poaching Becomes Unethical | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
How the smartphone-based car service tried to lure drivers from its main competitor.
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On the verge of ethical behavior: is fighting this way to gain drivers for Uber still acceptable? Read the article, tell me what you think about it!

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"This may ultimately work to the benefit of drivers, as the two services compete to make themselves more attractive to those who provide the labor. But in the meantime, workers at firms may want to take some cues from the intelligence business and trust no one."

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Facebook's Experiment: Trivial Pursuit

Facebook's Experiment: Trivial Pursuit | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
What Facebook did pales in comparison to what Madison Avenue and the marketing departments of corporations from Amazon to Zales do every day of the week, during the weekends, and especially during holidays....
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Interesting viewpoint from Amitai Etzioni, a communitarian liberal: "However, we would all be better off if we would focus our very justified ire about corporate experimentation where it is most outrageous rather than where it is most recent."

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Janelle Orsi

Janelle Orsi | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
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Experte en sharing economy

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‘Dox the powerful’: On @darth and the complex politics of anonymity online

‘Dox the powerful’: On @darth and the complex politics of anonymity online | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Outing someone's real-life identity has become a form of activism online. But that's not necessarily a good thing.
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On doxing. Or doxxing :-). ON power and activism. 

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Mesh - the pulse of the sharing economy

Mesh - the pulse of the sharing economy | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
A WORLD COMMUNITY AND ECONOMY WHERE ACCESS TRUMPS OWNERSHIP.
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A dedicated portal to sharing economy and its 9119 companies in 130 countries...

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