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Social Media is Transforming the World - 0 views

started by Bonnie Sutton on 26 Dec 11 no follow-up yet
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How Twitter will revolutionise academic research and teaching | Higher Education Networ... - 0 views

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    Ernesto Priego, Sept 12, 2011 "Social media is becoming increasingly important in teaching and research work but tutors must remember, it's a conversation not a lecture, says Ernesto Priego"
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Twitter Hugo Martínez @hmartinez - 0 views

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    "Educador en mi primera versión, entusiasta digital en la segunda. Me dedico a juntar ambos mundos. http://hmart.cl/home/"
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Twitter / @acarvin about Colbert on press coverage of Norwegian massacre - 0 views

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    Andy Carvin July 27, 2011 (CET) ""If you're pulling a news report completely out of your ass, it's safer to go with Muslim." - Colbert on #Oslo coverage http://bit.ly/pa64sI"
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    http://twitter.com/#!/acarvin/status/96009688751144960 (in case Diigo mangles the full URL)

WHiTE HOUSE Twitter - 1 views

started by Bonnie Sutton on 06 Jul 11 no follow-up yet

Obama to Host Twitter Town Meeting - 1 views

started by Bonnie Sutton on 30 Jun 11 no follow-up yet

The Staggering Size of Social Networks. Infographic - 1 views

started by Bonnie Sutton on 21 Jun 11 no follow-up yet

Fun Infographic on Social Media Use - 1 views

started by Bonnie Sutton on 21 Jun 11 no follow-up yet
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How teachers Facebook & tweet for students - 2 views

started by Bonnie Sutton on 10 Jun 11 no follow-up yet
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The future was not invited in Paris - storify.com - 0 views

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    "By Roberta Ranzani, June 7, 2011 Considerazioni varie su eG8 nelle parole di alcuni tweeter che stavano seguendo il forum in diretta ( o in streaming) e in qualche link."
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Save Yourself from Weiner-Caliber Online Embarrassment with Internet Shame Insurance - ... - 0 views

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    "Jun 9, 2011 - Adam Pash - The web is filled with opportunities to humiliate yourself. You reply all with a scathing takedown of your boss; you post pictures on Facebook of a drunken night out and your mom starts to worry; you accidentally tweet a picture of your downstairs business to the internet at large. This simple tool helps you protect the privacy of your Weiner whenever possible."
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Twitter @webfoundation on UN report universal access to the internet - 0 views

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    "@webfoundation Web Foundation UN report: "ensuring universal access to the Internet should be a priority for all states" http://tinyurl.com/UN-Net-Right 7 Jun [2011] via web"
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    From the linked "Report of the Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, Frank La Rue" (dated May 16, 2011): "...D. Disconnecting users from Internet access, including on the basis of violations of intellectual property rights law 49. While blocking and filtering measures deny access to certain content on the Internet, States have also taken measures to cut off access to the Internet entirely. The Special Rapporteur is deeply concerned by discussions regarding a centralized "on/off" control over Internet traffic.33 In addition, he is alarmed by proposals to disconnect users from Internet access if they violate intellectual property rights. This also includes legislation based on the concept of "graduated response", which imposes a series of penalties on copyright infringers that could lead to suspension of Internet service, such as the so-called "three- strikes-law" in France34 and the Digital Economy Act 2010 of the United Kingdom.35 50. Beyond the national level, the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) has been proposed as a multilateral agreement to establish international standards on intellectual property rights enforcement. While the provisions to disconnect individuals from Internet access for violating the treaty have been removed from the final text of December 2010, the Special Rapporteur remains watchful about the treaty's eventual implications for intermediary liability and the right to freedom of expression....."
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How Twitter can be an #accessibility tool for #deaf / HoH. | Keen Scene - 0 views

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    Catharine McNally - April 27, 2011 "...For those of you who are still on the fence about Twitter, let me assure you that it is not always full of self-promoters or useless babble. When Twitter is "done right" it is a powerful tool for people to tell you what's going on - in a "little d democratic" kind of way. These 140-character statements challenge one to be tactful in how they write, to be understood, interpreted, and actionable. Effectively, the character limit forces one to cut through the fluff to get to the point. For a deaf person like me, Twitter is really helpful. It's kind of a digital version of my friend who sat next to me at lunch in middle school, who I would (often) turn to and ask, "Hey, what's everyone laughing about?" That person-bless her heart-would re-iterate the joke for me concisely and quickly, and of course, I would then laugh when everyone else had stopped laughing. ..."
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    Not "Breaking News" (see date) but likely to lead to developments
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Lessig: Keynote - e-G8 with subtitles | Universal Subtitles - 0 views

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    " Video Info English (181 Lines) Czech (100 %) Italian (100 %) Spanish (100 %) Ukrainian (100 %) "...We should say to modern democratic government, you need to beware of incumbents bearing policy fixes. Because their job, the job of the incumbents, is not the same as your job, the job of the public policy maker. Their job is profit for them. Your job is the public good. And it is completely fair, for us to say, that until this addiction is solved, we should insist on minimalism in what government does. The kind of minimalism Jeff Jarvis spoke off when he spoke of "do no harm". An internet that embraces principles of open and free access, a neutral network to guarantee this open access, to protect the outsider. But here is the one think we know about this meeting, and its relationship to the future of the internet. The future of the internet is not Twitter, it is not Facebook, it is not Google, it is not even Rupert Murdoch. The future of the internet is not here. It wasn't invited, it does not even know how to be invited, because it doesn't yet focus on policies and fora like this. The least we can do is to preserve the architecture of this network that protects this future that is not here."
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    Additional subtitles in other languages can be made from the same page.
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