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David Slattery

Google.org - 9 views

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    Technology-Driven Philanthropy Google.org uses Google's strengths in information and technology to build products and advocate for policies that address global challenges.
gino carpio

A Look into Google's Insights - 15 views

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    Ever wondered what the world is searching for on the internet?Use Google Insights for Search, a tool that helps advertisers and marketers understand user behavior.
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    I loved this one. It was indeed informative for me.
awqi zar

The New Hampshire - UNH Study: Social media usage doesn't affect academics - 6 views

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    Students who fear that spending too much time on social media sites will affect their academic performance can breathe easy, according to a new study.
Diego Morelli

Collective Intelligence & Cyberspace - 1 views

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    Interesting slides, that "introduce the necessity of a new language that can set a link between the machine process of cyberspace and the uman collective intelligence, which is dynamic, in constant change and made in different languages, from different approaches."....
avivajazz  jazzaviva

danah boyd :: social media researcher :: microsoft research new england :: fellow, berk... - 2 views

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    danah boyd's publications (booklength, short & long papers, etc.): http://www.danah.org/papers/
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Microblogging: More Than Fun? | University of Zurich, Graz University of Technology - 3 views

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    Microblogging - more than fun? Martin Ebner Social Learning Computer and Information Services Graz University of Technology Steyrergasse 30, A-8010 Graz, Austria martin.ebner@tugraz.at Mandy Schiefner Center for Teaching and Learning University of Zurich Hirschengraben 84, CH-8001 Zurich, Switzerland mandy.schiefner@access.uzh.ch
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Research on Twitter and Microblogging | Danah Boyd | zephoria@zephora.org - 3 views

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    "Research on Twitter and Microblogging" (last updated: October 13, 2009)"
sandi jacques

PDF Annotation, Online Highlighter and Sticky Note Tool | WebNotes - 0 views

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    WebNotes Online Research Tool - Annotate PDFs and web pages with highlights and sticky notes, organize your research, and share it with others.
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    References to WebNotes annotation of PDF may be misleading. Please see notes at http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.webnotes.net%2FTutorial?tab=comment&uname=grahamperrin
Andrew Long

Technology News: Social Networking: Study on Facebook and Grades Becomes Learning Exper... - 0 views

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    More grist for the superficial media mill looking for evidence of slumps in academic performance from spending time online. This time it's Facebook.
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Social Media is Here to Stay... Now What? | Microsoft Research Tech Fest 2009 | danah boyd - 3 views

  • Adults are crafting them to show-off to people from the past and connect the dots between different audiences as a way of coping with the awkwardness of collapsed contexts.
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      Interesting idea as to why adults do the 25 things thing on Facebook. I'm not sure about the "show off" (at least not in the ones I've seen) but certainly the connect-the-dots things seems to be happening.
  • Too bad that most of the templates that they are given are much more corporate in nature.
  • (de)locatability
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  • Collapsed Contexts
  • Blurring of Public and Private
Thieme Hennis

Freebase - A wealth of free data - 0 views

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    a semantic web data base. looks like the aquabrowser.
Jeff Johnson

ChaCha. Just Call. Just Text. Just Ask. - 0 views

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    Ask any question in conversational English from a cell phone. Call 800-2ChaCha or text 242242 and get the answer as a text message in a few minutes. Learn more.
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Polar Rose - Find Someone.... - Face Recognition Search Engine - 0 views

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    Polar Rose grew out of computer vision research - the analysis of digital images and video - at the Universities of Lund and Malmö in southern Sweden. We are currently a team of twenty-two, including computer science graduates, mathematics and physics Ph.Ds, a user interface designer, and a technology-fascinated economist on off-roads. We believe that we have superior technology which will give meaning to digital photos and allow these to be indexable just like text documents on the web are today. We work on friendly, fun, useful and transparent applications, that use computer vision technology to sort and add context to the photo web.
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