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The Last, Best Hope For Those In The Newspaper Business Is Probably A Hallucination

The Last, Best Hope For Those In The Newspaper Business Is Probably A Hallucination | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
The shift to digital media is a generational trend. Today's young consumers have never developed a print or TV habit, and they probably never will.

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Washington Post announces plans to hire bloggers, redesign site | Poynter.

jeff bezos começa a mexer no seu jornalWill also expand Sunday magazine.


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Faz todo sentido, e prova que o HuffPost está muito na frente de seus concorentes, e já entendeu como a coisa deverá funcionar com anos de antecedência.

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Election 2040: The First President for Digital Natives

Election 2040: The First President for Digital Natives | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
By 2040, presidential candidates will have grown up with social media. What will the political landscape look like with Millennials in charge?
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The next big blackout?

The next big blackout? | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
AFTER an 11-day partial ban on signing up new customers, TIM, Oi and Claro, three of Brazil’s four big mobile-phone firms, are back in business. On July 23rd the...
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'New York Times' to Launch Online Edition in Brazil

'New York Times' to Launch Online Edition in Brazil | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it

Quem disse que jornais são veículos de informação regionais?

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What are the Components of Creativity?

What are the Components of Creativity? | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
Creativity is comprised of four factors. Just remember this equation: Creativity = Surprise + Originality + Beauty + Utility.

When you read this post you will find that there are four common criteria that are often used when defining creativity:

1. Flexibility

2. Originality

3. Fluency

4. Elaboration

For more information on the four criteria and information on the four factors that this post uses to define creativity click through to the article.


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Feza Koprucu's curator insight, June 25, 2014 9:45 PM

Clearly written article that attempts to define Creativity:


Creativity = Surprise + Originality + Beauty + Utility

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“Community management in the newsroom” - The Guardian’s Laura Oliver at Hack/Hackers London

“Community management in the newsroom” - The Guardian’s Laura Oliver at Hack/Hackers London | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
I’ve said on many occasions that I am genuinely baffled how so many news organisations seem to think they can grow an active community on their website, without investing in any community management.

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Data Centers Waste Vast Amounts of Energy, Belying Industry Image

Data Centers Waste Vast Amounts of Energy, Belying Industry Image | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
Helping to process the staggering amount of Internet activity that occurs, data centers waste vast amounts of energy, belying the information industry’s image of environmental friendliness.
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Content Curation a Marketing Must

Content Curation a Marketing Must | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
Content Curation Marketing for online brand leadership, integrated social media, lead generation, and thought leadership.

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Newspaper companies that will survive will not consider themselves newspaper companies

As we celebrate our 125th anniversary, I wanted to congratulate and thank each and every one of you for being a part of this organization and helping to fulfill its purpose. No one knows better than you the challenges we’ve encountered over the years. I’m proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with you as we’ve faced and overcame each of them. Through it all, the words etched on the front of our building still hold true. Our commitment to providing important, irreplaceable, integrity-driven journalism has never wavered.

 
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Unguarded

Unguarded | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
LAST year the Guardian newspaper was riding high, having triumphantly exposed phone-hacking at the News of the World. But good journalism is not the same as a good...
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Google Keeps Motorola’s Advanced Technology Group, Home Of The Modular Phone And Password Tattoo | TechCrunch

Google Keeps Motorola’s Advanced Technology Group, Home Of The Modular Phone And Password Tattoo | TechCrunch | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
Google has just let us in on another tidbit about the deal it has built with Lenovo over the sale of its Motorola Mobility assets: It keeps the high-tech Q..
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É a cara do Google: Comprou e revirou a Motorola, melhor e mais bem posicionada que antes. Mas antes de revender pra Lenovo, separou e  manteve um pedacinho, aquele que faz software com criatividade. 

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The Social Sickness

The Social Sickness | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
Do you check to see how many likes your Instagram photo has every 5 minutes? Do you remove vowels from words in your Tweets?

Do you receive an audible alert on your phone anytime anything happens?

Do you remove vowels from words in your Tweets?

Do you use social media terms as verbs?

Do You check your Klout score, um, ever?

Do You freak out when Twitter goes down?

Your answers will determine whether or not you have an unhealthy relationship with social media.

 

This Infographic by Marketo is based on the post "10 Signs You May Have an Unhealthy Relationship with Social Media" by Rohit Bhargava. http://bit.ly/TusSPt

 

In the world of B2B social media marketing, it’s easy to get carried away with checking social media alerts all day and contract the social media sickness!

Learn about the frightening social media habits that lead to severe social sickness and a massive decrease in productivity. 

 

By Jason Miller. http://bit.ly/QRSljN

Source. http://bit.ly/TuutF5


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Diane Therrien's comment, October 10, 2012 9:59 PM
Diane Therrien Yes, this is why education around the world has to evolve, we are running behind the kids like.....Mindfulness has to be taught by mindful teachers (life coach) for a better world. Kids are wireless and without common sense and goodness we are just letting the monster grow...I have been saying this song for many years but I feel like Don Quixote ...:-) Kamon (Today, 8:57 AM)
maxOz's comment, October 10, 2012 10:27 PM
Thanks Diane for your input. I agree with your sentiments, it's like a runaway train. Kids & Adults need ultimately to strive for "balance" probably one of the hardest skills to achieve. Cheers Michele
maxOz's comment, October 10, 2012 10:48 PM
Kirk, I try not to be, but I question the extent of my involvement.
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Microsoft Unveils Xbox Music, Its New Streaming Music Service

Microsoft Unveils Xbox Music, Its New Streaming Music Service | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
Microsoft will roll out Xbox Music tomorrow with an update to Xbox 360, and then launch it as a built-in feature with Windows phones and tablets on Oct. 26.
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The explosion in mobile audiences and what this means for news

While mobile technology allows people to get news anywhere, and any time, most people get news on these devices when they are at home-and roughly half of mobile news users get news on their device just once a day.
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Aos 90 anos rádio continua forte e presente no dia-a-dia das pessoas comuns

Aos 90 anos rádio continua forte e presente no dia-a-dia das pessoas comuns | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it

Essa homenagem da Estadão ESPN aos 90 anos do rádio foi saborosa para quem gosta e escuta as rádios de notícias:

"Encontro, sob comando de Haisem Abaki, reúne Heródoto Barbeiro (Record News), José Paulo de Andrade (Bandeirantes), Joseval Peixoto (Jovem Pan) e Milton Jung (CBN). Confira!"

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Does tech grant us more time away from work, or less? - Digital Trends

Does tech grant us more time away from work, or less? - Digital Trends | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
Does tech grant us more time away from work, or less?Digital TrendsSmartphones and tablets are leading the mobile technology charge. According to Flurry Analytics the Android and iOS platforms are the fastest growing consumer technology in history.
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Crianças preferem o Google aos pais para tirar dúvidas - geral - Estadao.com.br

Crianças preferem o Google aos pais para tirar dúvidas - geral - Estadao.com.br | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it

Nem professor nem pai nem mãe nem parente algum. Quando os alunos têm dúvidas, o campeão de audiência e de credibilidade é o Google.

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Twitter curation tools for newsrooms are coming

Twitter curation tools for newsrooms are coming | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it

“So, how does it feel to be the voice of the press in the 21 century?,” Emily Bell asked Twitter CEO Dick Costolo during a keynote interview Friday at the Online News Association Conference in San Francisco.

“I don’t view that as my job, of course,” he said. “When I said I think of Twitter as a tech company in a media business, I chose my words very intentionally there. Tech companies’ primary responsibility is creating a platform … A company trying to build media is creating or curating content, and that’s not kind of company we’re creating.”

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Video - Who is Doing the Hiring? It May Not Be a Human - WSJ.com

Video - Who is Doing the Hiring? It May Not Be a Human - WSJ.com | Technology and Disruptive Changes | Scoop.it
At an increasing number of companies, the hiring boss for rank and file jobs is now an algorithm -- and the computers are considering factors that are very different than what applicants have come to expect.
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