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Tyrimas: 21% internautų ES naujienas sužino socialiniuose tinkluose Plačiau: http://vz.lt/?PublicationId=561153fe-5afa-4028-8111-39095a384ca0&ref=rss#ixzz1qQypOlI7

Tyrimas: 21% internautų ES naujienas sužino socialiniuose tinkluose  Plačiau: http://vz.lt/?PublicationId=561153fe-5afa-4028-8111-39095a384ca0&ref=rss#ixzz1qQypOlI7 | Media To Go | Scoop.it

Lietuvos gyventojai dažniau negu statistiniai europiečiai, ieškodami informacijos internete apie Europos politikos reikalus, pasitelkia socialinę žiniasklaidą, rodo "Eurobarometro" tyrimas.

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Who Are You on Twitter? | Think Tank | Big Think

Who Are You on Twitter?  | Think Tank | Big Think | Media To Go | Scoop.it

Now, I too have known the anxiety of not living up to Twitter’s community standards of pithiness. Hell, it’s built into the architecture – if you attempt to tweet something longer than 140 characters, Twitter’s website will tell you that you're just not being clever enough.

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Definition: Social media « Teaching Online Journalism

The blog of Mindy McAdams, a journalist and university journalism educator based in the U.S.
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ATVIRUKINĖ ENTROPIJA IR PERTEKLIUS » Spaudos atgarsiai » Kamane.lt - Profesionalaus meno žinių portalas

ATVIRUKINĖ ENTROPIJA IR PERTEKLIUS » Spaudos atgarsiai » Kamane.lt - Profesionalaus meno žinių portalas | Media To Go | Scoop.it
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Why Google+ Is Not Competing with Facebook

Why Google+ Is Not Competing with Facebook | Media To Go | Scoop.it
Google+ is not competing with Facebook. They are entirely different. Find out why your mom may never join Google+, but it doesn't matter.
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Virality Uber Alles: What the Fetishization of Social Media Is Costing Us All

Virality Uber Alles: What the Fetishization of Social Media Is Costing Us All | Media To Go | Scoop.it
The media world's fetishization of social media has reached idol-worshipping proportions.
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Disruptions: Growing Too Big for a Conscience

Disruptions: Growing Too Big for a Conscience | Media To Go | Scoop.it
Google came up with "Don't be evil" in 2000, but recently the company, now with $38 billion in revenue, has had to counter complaints that it invaded consumer privacy.
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Facebook privacy settings: Who cares?

With over 500 million users, the decisions that Facebook makes about its privacy settings have the potential to influence many people. While its changes in this domain have often prompted privacy advocates and news media to critique the company, Facebook has continued to attract more users to its service. This raises a question about whether or not Facebook’s changes in privacy approaches matter and, if so, to whom. This paper examines the attitudes and practices of a cohort of 18– and 19–year–olds surveyed in 2009 and again in 2010 about Facebook’s privacy settings. Our results challenge widespread assumptions that youth do not care about and are not engaged with navigating privacy. We find that, while not universal, modifications to privacy settings have increased during a year in which Facebook’s approach to privacy was hotly contested. We also find that both frequency and type of Facebook use as well as Internet skill are correlated with making modifications to privacy settings. In contrast, we observe few gender differences in how young adults approach their Facebook privacy settings, which is notable given that gender differences exist in so many other domains online. We discuss the possible reasons for our findings and their implications.

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Apple, Google, Facebook, And Amazon Compete In India Over Mobile, Social Networks, E-Commerce | Fast Company

Apple, Google, Facebook, And Amazon Compete In India Over Mobile, Social Networks, E-Commerce | Fast Company | Media To Go | Scoop.it
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