Link: “Google Calls Out Facebook’s Data Hypocrisy, Blocks Gmail Import”

“Facebook has long been a one-way valve. You put data in, so you can connect with friends, and then you can’t get it out and use it the way you would like to, even as the company is trying to corner the market on your identity.” Weiterlesen bei Wired/Epicenter

Neue Gegenwart Nr. 59

“Man sollte den Nahbereich, in dem man als gerätelose, pure Person existiert, nicht aus dem Blick verlieren. Nahsehen ist das unterschätzteste Nichtmedium des 21. Jahrhunderts – um es mal paradox auszudrücken.”

Peter Glaser in Neue Gegenwart Nr. 59

Chris Anderson: How web video powers global innovation

“TED’s Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation — a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print. But to tap into its power, organizations will need to embrace radical openness. And for TED, it means the dawn of a whole new chapter …”

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Link: “Can Tumblr Topple Twitter?”

“Different social networking platforms serve different purposes. They AREN’T all in direct competition and many complement each other.”

Paul Sawers, The Next Web (Weiterlesen bei The Next Web)

The Face of Facebook

“Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook in his college dorm room six years ago. Five hundred million people have joined since, and eight hundred and seventy-nine of them are his friends.” Weiterlesen (The New Yorker)

Neue Gegenwart Nr. 59 ist da: Die Digitalisierung des Alltags

“Ich bin davon überzeugt, dass es so etwas wie einen Grundbestand an Intimität, Schamhaftigkeit, Geheimnis – wie immer man das nennen will, gibt. Wenn es an einer Stelle hell und durchsichtig wird, sollten wir auch sorgfältig beobachten, wo sich die Dinge auf neue Weise verstecken.”

Peter Glaser, Neue Gegenwart Nr. 59

Link: “I Want My Google TV”

BrandNew beschäftigt sich mit dem Logo zum neuen Dienst Google TV. Weiterlesen

Link: “Super Twario turns Twitter into a videogame”

The Next Web: “Here’s a unique Twitter client – you “play” your account as a videogame.”

Link: “Marketers Can Glean Private Data on Facebook” Online advertising offers marketers the chance to aim ads at very specific groups of people — say, golf players in Illinois who make more than $150,000 a year and vacation in Hawaii. But two recent academic papers show some potential pitfalls of such precise tailoring. Weiterlesen

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