Where is Everyone? (by @baekdal) #media. These days, everyone is trying to figure out how to connect with other people.
It used to be simple, you just placed some ads in whatever newspaper that was most suited to your product, but now that world is becoming ever more irrelevant. So how do you connect with other people today? And more importantly, how do you do it tomorrow? In this article, we are going to take a little tour through the history of information, or more specifically, where to focus your efforts if you want get in touch with other people. It is a really exciting time, because we are currently in the middle of the most drastic change since the invention of the newspaper. We are seeing an entirely new way for people to interact. So join me on this (unscientific) tour of the last 210 years of information + 10 more years into the future.
But before we start to explore the future, let's explore how we got here. Note: The graph predicts influence over time. 1800 - The face to face period. The REAL Death Of The Music Industry. In January, Bain & Company produced the following chart as part of their report on “Publishing in the Digital Age” (PDF): Bain Analysis Then on Tuesday, someone posted it on Flickr.
Subsequently, Peter Kafka of Wall Street Journal's MediaMemo noticed it and passed it along to Jay Yarow, who made it Business Insider’s Chart of the Day on Wednesday, citing Kafka and the Flickr post. On Thursday, the excellent John Gruber at Daring Fireball linked to it and between those two postings the chart garnered a fair bit of attention, including from the likes of apparent digital music expert Bob Lefsetz (“First in Music Analysis”). No one seems to have tracked it back to the original source nor noticed what happened to catch my eye straight away: This chart sucks. What’s Wrong With It Oh, Bain – I hope no one has hired you for your expert “analysis” in this field: The Right Chart Recording Industry Association of America All discussion herein is for US recorded music as covered by the RIAA.
The Missing Google Analytics Manual. Bryan & Jeffrey Eisenberg Professional Speakers, Best Selling Authors, Online Marketing Pioneers February 25, 2010 by Bryan Eisenberg 23 Comments The Missing Google Analytics Manual inShare6 Google has done a fabulous job putting together learning materials for their Google Analytics IQ Lessons – where you can follow the lessons in order to pass their GA IQ individual certification test.
Initial Setup of Google Analytics Google Analytics Setup Checklist Google Analytics IQ Lessons from Google’s Conversion University with videos. Public Data Explorer. Indicateurs de développement humain Rapport sur le développement humain 2013, Programme des Nations Unies pour le développement Les données utilisées pour calculer l'Indice de développement humain (IDH) et autres indices composites présentés dans le Rapport sur le développement humain ...
Eurostat, Indicateurs démographiques Eurostat Indicateurs démographiques annuels. Chômage en Europe (données mensuelles) données sur le chômage harmonisé pour les pays européens. Salaire minimum en Europe Salaire mensuel brut minimum en euros ou parités de pouvoir d'achat, données semi-annuelles. Dette publique en Europe Statistiques sur les finances publiques des pays européens. Fascinating Social Media Facts of Year 2010. Social media is not just a social instrument of communication.
It is not all about people sharing ideas and thoughts with other people. It is the creation and exchange of ‘User Generated Content’. The ability to transform broadcast media monologues into a social media dialogues that spread, sometimes, faster and wider than television, radio or print. Social Media when compared to year 2009 shows a fantastic growth in terms of people participation, penetration, user-ability, business and more.
Now, we are almost at the end of year 2010, and therefore it is time to study and understand some of the Social Media facts and trends that were evolved and followed over the year. 1. 1. Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. Worldmapper: The world as you've never seen it before. INFOGRAPHIC: The state of broadband Internet worldwide - Technology - GMANews.TV - Official Website of GMA News and Public Affairs - Latest Philippine News. In terms of average Internet broadband download speed alone, the Philippines lags behind roughly two-thirds of the world.
The country is bested not just by world superpowers such as China and the US, it is also surpassed by small countries such as Lithuania and Kenya. The Philippines ranks 139 out of 185 countries. Why does this matter? Access to affordable high-speed Internet is a key to economic growth and job creation in developing countries, according to the World Bank. The Bank found that "for every 10 percentage-point increase in high-speed Internet connections there is an increase in economic growth of 1.3 percentage points.
" That could mean that laggard nations that quickly build capacity for broadband can swiftly catch up with others, and that the Philippines could be missing another opportunity to create more jobs and keep its talented workers home. The Philippines also has a long way to go in terms of Internet penetration. Truthy. Cost of Living. Worldometers - real time world statistics.