1. Convegno nazionale Branding 2.0

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    Convegno nazionale Branding 2.0 - La comunicazione, le aziende e la sfida dei social network svoltosi presso l'Università di urbino il 2-3 Dicembre 2009

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    • Día 7

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      http://www.salvadormingo.com http://www.negocioprodigioso.com Séptimo día de entrenamiento del sistema The 7FigureNetworker.

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      • Creative Commons

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        Ferris State University Library Instruction Coordinator, Kristy Motz explains the importance of Creative Commons Licensing with Flickr and Web 2.0 technologies.

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        • PECHA KUCHA PIATIC. Intervención El Árbol de Papel

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          Pecha Kucha Night PIATIC Posiciónate 2.0, se celebró en El CAfé El Filar de Oviedo el día 10 de Mayo de 2011. Este formato de presentación, creado por Astrid Klein y Mark Dytham de Klein-Dytham Architecture (KDa). Cada ponente utilizó 20 imágenes o diapositivas, cada una de de las cuales se mostró durante 20 segundo, forzándole a concentrarse en el mensaje, permitiéndole actuar de un modo dinámico. En el marco de PIATIC, se ha querido aprovechar este formato innovador y de networking para dar visibilidad y promoción a aquellos autónomos y autónomas de Asturias que estan realizando un gran esfuerzo para incorporar las TIC a la promoción de sus negocios.

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          • Xeni Jardin

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            Xeni Jardin, one of the hosts of the hugely successful site BoingBoing.net ("a directory of wonderful things"), talks about boingboing.tv and the evolution from the site's early days to its push into online video in this 6-minute interview conducted at the Web 2.0 Summit.

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            • REST Fest 2011 \ John Dyer \ FiveInFive

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              • Multiply hits next version, ads more multimedia features

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                First there was MySpace, then there was Facebook, and even though the company was born right around the same time as the other two, Multiply hasn't caught fire the way the other two dominant social networks have. While tech industry knee-jerk reactioneers might think of the company as "yet another social network," the company isn't exactly sitting around waiting while the users magically come out of nowhere. Today, the company rolled out its latest iteration, which focuses on more of the multimedia and privacy features that have come to define Multiply. Rather than a catch-all party-promotion music-mashups hotspot, Multiply CEO Peter Pezaris says Multiply has always been focused more toward the digital mom who's looking for a way to share and organize photos, in addition to other regular social network mainstays like wall posts, blogging, and other expected activities. Should TechVi viewers use the network? We don't expect the social network to replace Facebook, MySpace or LinkedIn for daily use, but taking a quick peek at the interface and prevalent privacy options, it's clear that this service might find use with parents, or family members who have young children. Using the site, Multiply seems to lack the early-adopter polish of Facebook. For instance, when I tried to import my contacts from GMail, either all of my friends were on the service (not the case), or multiply seemed determined to spam them, as asked me for hundreds of relationships, rather than adding people who might have already been on the service. Beyond my total inability to find friends on the service, which is likely due to a mix of target audience and not enough time spent in the persuit of said friendships, the interface takes a pretty simplistic approach to sharing media, and thankfully sharing videos, pictures, links, events and the like with people outside of the Multiply network seemed to work fairly well. If the tortoise and the hare taught Multiply anything, it's that slow and steady will eventually win the race. For his company's sake, I hope the fable holds up well, because while the company hasn't beat any of the "biggies" like Facebook or MySpace, they're at least trying to differentiate in a crowded, and well publicized field. Multiply 4.0 seems to be on the right track, but hasn't hit blockbuster status just yet, which might be the way privately minded users want to keep it.

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                • stixy

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                  Quick overview of how to use Stixy.

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                  • Jornalismo/Informação

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                    Vídeo Grupo: Luís Miguel Pato Carlos Canelas Pedro Amado Media Participativos Programa Doutoral: ICPD

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                    • SOMEWHAT FRANK Meets NonSociety's Meghan Asha

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                      Frank Gruber of SOMEWHAT FRANK and TECH cocktail travels to New York City to meetup with Meghan Asha a co-founder of NonSociety.com a new online media play focused on lifestreaming niche verticals.

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