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Que reste-t-il de notre vie privée sur Internet ?

Que reste-t-il de notre vie privée sur Internet ? | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it

"Photos, données personnelles, géolocalisation… Au fil des ans, notre vie intime est devenue de moins en moins privée. Et on y est un peu pour quelque chose..."

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« Facebook n’est pas le problème : c’est le symptôme ! »

« Facebook n’est pas le problème : c’est le symptôme ! » | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it

"Dans le New Yorker, la psychologue Maria Konnikova (@mkonnikova), l'auteure du bestseller Mastermind, comment penser comme Sherlock Holmes ? revient sur plusieurs études de confrères sur les usages de Facebook, montrant des résultats contradictoires..."


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A Google+ Overview: Breaking Through Misconceptions | Social Media Today

A Google+ Overview: Breaking Through Misconceptions | Social Media Today | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
There are tons of rumors floating around about how Google Plus will help you with your SEO rankings. While this may or may not true, it shouldn't be the sole reason to use G+. The reason to use G+ is to connect and converse with your audience.

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JudyHalle's comment, September 7, 2013 4:24 AM
nice one
nativemedia's comment, September 25, 2013 12:15 AM
that's wonderful
Amanda Groover's curator insight, November 23, 2013 10:05 PM

Your brand needs to be on Google +, whether your customers are there or not!  Google loves Google!  Therefore, Google loves businesses that use Google +.   Check out this infograph!

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9 Reasons Why Facebook Needs the "I Don't Care" Button - Infographic | Jeffbullas's Blog

9 Reasons Why Facebook Needs the "I Don't Care" Button - Infographic | Jeffbullas's Blog | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
Do you remember when you joined Facebook? What was it like when you put in your details and joined the world's biggest social network? The ever present like button seems to have been with us forever.

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Martin Gysler's comment, March 20, 2013 3:46 PM
I totally agree!
Rob Schneider's curator insight, March 21, 2013 1:53 AM

I especially like the honking at strangers and pretending to know them part. That's exactly what getting and having most Facebook "friends" feels like.

Stan Smith's comment, March 21, 2013 4:25 AM
Absolutely true!!!
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Facebook : comment protéger son compte avant l’arrivée de « Graph Search »

Facebook : comment protéger son compte avant l’arrivée de « Graph Search » | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
Facebook : comment protéger son compte avant l’arrivée de « Graph Search »
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Facebook : 10 astuces pour rester anonyme : Devenez transparent sur Facebook

Facebook : 10 astuces pour rester anonyme : Devenez transparent sur Facebook | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
Si Facebook est l’un des outils les plus pratiques pour garder le contact avec certaines personnes, il n’en est pas moins un outil très dangereux pour qui ne fait pas assez attention. Il y a en effet un certain nombre de règles à respecter sur...
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What Happens Every 60 Seconds In Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC]

What Happens Every 60 Seconds In Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest – What Happens Every 60 Seconds In Social Media?

 

Some very interesting information:

 

**Did you know that every 60 seconds Twitter sees (on average) 175,000 new tweets?

 

**Over that same time period, Pinterest receives 1,090 visitors

 

**LinkedIn absorbs 7,610 searches

 

**Flickr users upload 3,125 photos?

 

 **If you think those numbers are impressive, how about this: each and every minute of the day, 700,000 messages are sent on Facebook

 

** two million videos are watched on YouTube.

 

What caught my attention - sometimes the comments are just as interesting if not more than the actual content itself:

 

****Sarah Upton says: February 28, 2012 at 11:23 pm - This is a comment from one of their readers:

 

Misleading and inaccurate.

 

You cite an article on Foursquare from AUGUST, then round DOWN. They get over five million check ins per day: http://mashable.com/2012/02/28/foursquare-hq-tour/ — so double what you’ve presented here.

 

Jumpstart was very apologetic and said they're trying to be as accurate as possible. Point being, these infographics are great to look at and give us an approximation of what's actually happening, trying to keep the facts straight, not an easy task for sure:-)

 

This data is courtesy of a new infographic from marketing consultancy firm Social Jumpstart, which takes a closer look and tries to be as accurate as possible at what happens in social media every 60 seconds.

 

Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Content Curation, Social Business and Beyond"

 


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Pourquoi Facebook dépense 19 milliards de dollars pour WhatsApp

Pourquoi Facebook dépense 19 milliards de dollars pour WhatsApp | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it

"Loffensive de Facebook sur mobile ne fait que commencer. Mercredi 19 février, le réseau social l'a une nouvelle fois prouvé en annonçant le rachat de WhatsApp, la populaire application de messagerie. Montant de l'opération: 16 milliards de dollars, plus 3 milliards en actions pour les fondateurs et les employés ! "

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Teens, Social Media, and Privacy | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project

Youth are sharing more personal information on their profiles than in the past. They choose private settings for Facebook, but share with large networks of friends.
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A report released Tuesday by the Pew Research Center, which surveyed 802 teens between the ages of 12 and 17 last September to produce a 107-page report on their online habits.

 

Direct link to the report : http://pewinternet.org/~/media//Files/Reports/2013/PIP_TeensSocialMediaandPrivacy_FINAL.pdf

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COMIC: What if Facebook Actually Made a Real Home?

COMIC: What if Facebook Actually Made a Real Home? | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
Mark Zuckerberg introduced Facebook Home to the world today. This is a "family of apps" that make your Android phone more social. But what if Facebook made a real home? What do you think that might look like?
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Vos «like» sur Facebook disent beaucoup de votre personnalité | Slate

Vos «like» sur Facebook disent beaucoup de votre personnalité | Slate | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it
Ce que vous faites est ce que vous êtes. Ou, plus exactement, ce que vous «likez» sur Facebook révèle votre personnalité.
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You are what you like.

Si vous êtes sur Facebook, vous pouvez faire le test sur http://www.youarewhatyoulike.com/

 

Lien direct vers l'article original : Private traits and attributes are predictable from digital records of human behavior

http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2013/03/06/1218772110.abstract

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A History of Social Media [Infographic]

A History of Social Media [Infographic] | Education & Numérique | Scoop.it

The very purpose of the Internet (every blog, website and virtual gathering place within it) is to let people connect, communicate, and collaborate.


That said, the concept behind Facebook, LinkedIn, and other social networking tools isn’t new. These sites just give us new, easy-to use ways to do what we’ve always wanted to do online — exchange ideas and information. The Internet has always been social, and it always will be.
Here’s a handy timeline that might dispel any further historical myths about the true nature of the Internet, and where we’re all going with it, together…


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Top Tech Trends and People of 2012

Here is the textbook that I created/curated for teaching my New Media Technology class during the Spring semester of 2012 at Hannam University's Linton Global College. I took great effort to give credit where it is due. I aimed to show my students how they could access enough free info on the web that was of equal or greater value than the wonderful information found in expensive textbooks. Feel free to share and please support the true authors of this book in any way you can (money, likes, blog comments, links, etc.) I am simply the currator of this content.

If you would like a free tablet-friendly PDF file, just email me at kenmorrison30 @ yahoo.com (no spaces)

 


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Toni Plourde's comment, February 1, 2013 2:47 PM
Thanks for the PDF ! It's great!