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If Content Is King, Multiscreen Is The Queen, Says New Google Study | TechCrunch

If Content Is King, Multiscreen Is The Queen, Says New Google Study | TechCrunch | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
New research out from Google, working with market analysts Ipsos and Sterling Brands, puts some hard numbers behind the often-noticed trend of how people in the U.S.
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The Future of Analytics And The Trend of Demonstrable Causation

The Future of Analytics And The Trend of Demonstrable Causation | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
There are two extremely important trends happening in the world of analytics. The first one is the Trend of Demonstrable Causation. The analytics world has realized that it simply isn't good enough just to look at an activity between points.
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The 'broken patent system': how we got here and how to fix it

The 'broken patent system': how we got here and how to fix it | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
The Verge is a technology-focused news publication founded in 2011 by Joshua Topolsky and Marty Moe in partnership with Vox Media and its CEO Jim Bankoff.
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Times Have Changed, It's Okay to Lie

Times Have Changed, It's Okay to Lie | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
Smart politicians now realize that even at the national level, there's really nothing to stop them.
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What Happens When You Define the Story First?

What Happens When You Define the Story First? | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
One of the things that really amazes me about the new media world is the shift from format to stories. In the past, the format always came first. You would write a book, write an article for a newspaper, and create a show for TV etc.
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The Trends vs Paid-for Content

The Trends vs Paid-for Content | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
We are starting to see several interesting trends in the world of publishing. For most of the past 15 years, online publishing has been on a bit of a roller coaster ride.
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Streamed music chart has short long tail, more Rihanna than Rita

Streamed music chart has short long tail, more Rihanna than Rita | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
The UK's current best-selling single is nowhere to be seen in the first ever dedicated streaming music chart - but, elsewhere, anomalies are harder to spot.
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Angel No More: Why One of Silicon Valley’s Savviest Investors Has Shut His Wallet

Angel No More: Why One of Silicon Valley’s Savviest Investors Has Shut His Wallet | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
Kevin Hartz is sitting this one out.Sure, Hartz is busy with his day-job as CEO of online ticketing startup Eventbrite, but it’s not a tim...
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Your Favorite Restaurant’s Secret Ingredient: Data, and Lots of It

Your Favorite Restaurant’s Secret Ingredient: Data, and Lots of It | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
NEW YORK -- Timothy used to be struggling at work. He's a waiter at the Landmarc restaurant at the Time Warner Center, a classy-but-accessib...
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Can an Algorithm Write a Better News Story Than a Human Reporter?

Can an Algorithm Write a Better News Story Than a Human Reporter? | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
Hammond was recently asked for his reaction to a prediction that a computer would win a Pulitzer Prize within 20 years. He disagreed. It would happen, he said, in five.
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How Live-Tweeting TV Shows Ruins Everything

How Live-Tweeting TV Shows Ruins Everything | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
Pajiba: Reviews, News, Quotes & Cultural Commentary...
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Portail élections françaises de Google

Portail élections françaises de Google | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it

Sans wow... Google Politique et élections. Votre plate-forme pour suivre la campagne électorale sur Internet et faire entendre votre voix : reportages, analyses, débats, résultats, etc.

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The Norwegian newspaper turning video upside down

The Norwegian newspaper turning video upside down | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
With all eyes on Norway as mass killer Anders Breivik goes on trial for killing 77 people last summer, local newspaper Dagbladet has taken a lean, innovative approach to providing real-time video coverage for its readers on the web.
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The end of Android tablets: can Google match Amazon's success before Microsoft closes the window?

The end of Android tablets: can Google match Amazon's success before Microsoft closes the window? | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
By Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn
This Thursday, we expect that Amazon will be unveiling a least one new Kindle Fire alongside a new e-reader. If you believe Amazon’s somewhat fuzzy math, the...
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Supreme Court of Canada rules no separate copyright for iTunes previews, game downloads

Supreme Court of Canada rules no separate copyright for iTunes previews, game downloads | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
Canada's Supreme Court this morning further defined the balance between music owners' right to be paid and the public's right to use music in ways that don't trigger copyright infringement.
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Mobile Advertising: The $20B Opportunity Mirage

Mobile Advertising: The $20B Opportunity Mirage | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
There are a lot of questions left to be answered about Facebook’s IPO fiasco, but one thing we know is this: As consumers shift th...
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Social Conversion Rates: Where The Real Value Comes From

Social Conversion Rates: Where The Real Value Comes From | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
There is an increasing hype in the social world about engagement, or rather that more and more people and social services focus more on engagement than the actual conversion rates.
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Here’s why Apple will welcome Facebook’s App Center with open arms

Here’s why Apple will welcome Facebook’s App Center with open arms | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
Facebook announced its App Center early last month and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that it will be available to the world sometime today or tomorrow. There's a ...
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Pinterest Prompts a Start-Up’s Pivot: Meet Curalate, an Analytics Engine for Images

Pinterest Prompts a Start-Up’s Pivot: Meet Curalate, an Analytics Engine for Images | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
You're a brand that has lots of stuff on Pinterest. How do you find it?
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The A/B Test: Inside the Technology That’s Changing the Rules of Business

The A/B Test: Inside the Technology That’s Changing the Rules of Business | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
Dan Siroker helps companies discover tiny truths, but his story begins with a lie. It was November 2007 and Barack Obama, then a Democratic ...
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Klouchebag is a wake up call for people who care about their Klout score

Klouchebag is a wake up call for people who care about their Klout score | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
If you've been following the "social reputation" space, you've probably heard about Klout. The service attaches a score to you based on your online activities. Apparently, ...
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Outsourcing Your Brain To The Cloud

Outsourcing Your Brain To The Cloud | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
The skill of a journalist is not to 'know', but to establish the right connections. The skill of a journalist is not information storage, but information processing. The skill of a journalist is to connect to dots and find the missing links.
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Canada launches a government-backed digital currency

Canada launches a government-backed digital currency | Subjective Timbre | Scoop.it
A new initiative recently proposed by the Royal Canadian Mint proposes to create the MintChip, a digital currency that is backed by the Canadian government.
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Elizabeth Flock’s resignation: The Post fails a young blogger - The Washington Post

They said that they felt as if they were out there alone in digital land, under high pressure to get Web hits, with no training, little guidance or mentoring and sparse editing. Guidelines for aggregating stories are almost nonexistent, they said. And they believe that, even if they do a good job, there is no path forward. Will they one day graduate to a beat, covering a crime scene, a city council or a school board? They didn’t know. So some left; others are thinking of quitting.

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