Web context evolutions
AOL Fires A Ton Of Freelancers, HuffPost Doesn’t Pay Most Of Its Writers. I Approve. Can anyone else hear that? The whining?
Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales: App stores a clear and present danger The app store model is a more immediate threat to internet freedom than breaches of net neutrality.
Quand les médias établis se réveilleront il sera trop tard - Transnets - Blog LeMonde.fr Les professionnels ont remarqués que le Huffington Post, qui vient de fêter son cinquième anniversaire, est sur le point de dépasser le site du New York Times en trafic et devrait bientôt le rattraper en revenus.
Who’s to Blame:Us As much as we love the open, unfettered Web, we’re abandoning it for simpler, sleeker services that just work. by Chris Anderson
Just two Chinese ISPs serve 20% of world broadband users If you need a reminder of just how big China is—and just how important the Internet has become there—consider this stat: between them, two Chinese ISPs serve 20 percent of all broadband subscribers in the entire world. Telegeography has updated its world Internet service provider database and finds that the sheer scale of China dwarfs just about everyone else. China Telecom is the largest ISP in the world, with 55 million subscibers.
Image credits: Image source: Public domain New Zealand rejects software patents
Let me get this straight. I am in an Irish bar in Guangzhou Chin
Like many other well-known organizations, we face cyber attacks of varying degrees on a regular basis. In mid-December, we detected a highly sophisticated and targeted attack on our corporate infrastructure originating from China that resulted in the theft of intellectual property from Google.
Google vs China: the Chinese reaction so far When Google issued its “Stop censoring us or we quit your country” announcement, it was a bold and unexpected move.
Facebook a fait mieux que Google Internet Actualité - Echos du N
Reputation Is Dead: It’s Time To Overlook Our Indiscretions Trying to control, or even manage, your online reputation is becoming increasingly difficult.
Web Kills the Radio Stars ?
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