FreeMind n’est pas un éditeur de texte à proprement parler, et n’est pas forcément adapté pour gérer des textes très longs et "monoblocs" comme un article, un mémoire ou un rapport. Ce n’est donc pas un équivalent ou un concurrent de Microsoft Word ou Open Office Writer par exemple. Cependant, même si nous n’irions pas jusqu’à parler de la mort du traitement de texte classique, ce logiciel, à l’instar de Keynote , témoigne d’une nouvelle manière d’aborder l’écriture de documents électroniques.
Neil Sanderson is the Chief Curator at Eqentia--a software platform service that enables professional users and organizations to easily aggregate, curate and republish the news that's important to them. Eqentia's sites are both public and private--with some of the more public ones including Visability Marketing (visabilitymarketing.com) and Slices of Boulder ( slicesofboulder.com ) which is a local news website for Boulder, Colorado. More than 50 of the portals can be found at portal.eqentia.com/channels . I asked Neil what a 'Chief Curator' does. "It's much like being an Editor, except that I do not commission original reporting or writing." And Neil went on to explain that his job has three main tasks; finding, managing filters, and providing human curation.
Reading Steve Rosenbaum’s 4 Promising Curation Tools That Help Make Sense of the Web helped confirm a sneaking suspicion – curation will be the next web revolution. If Web 1.0 was about online access and Web 2.0 is about social nets Web 3.0 will be coring down to content that really matters. We don’t go back to the halcyon days of newspaper editors making decisions about what we need to know, but we will employ new tools to organize, search, sort and query the living organic thing that is the web.
August 9, 2010 Washington, D.C.‘s local media scene officially welcomed a new player Aug. 9.
There's no doubt that companies in hyper growth mode find that they can only do so many things well at one time. And for many of us, our interactions with Google exist as a series of 'siloed' experiences. - We need directions; we use Google maps -- an extraordinary product.
Introduction At Superfeedr, we strongly believe that open protocols make the web better. For this reason, most of our API calls are directly inspired by open protocols.
Over the past few months, there has been a growing chorus of criticism — much of it anecdotal, but coming from a number of respected technology observers — about Google’s increasingly useless search results. Now the web giant has responded to these criticisms in a blog post , saying it doesn’t believe its search is getting any worse (if anything, it claims results have improved), but noting that it is going to be coming down hard on so-called “content farms” that try to game its algorithm with low-quality pages filled with keywords. And that could mean some pain for Demand Media, which is planning a closely-watched initial public offering that could launch as soon as next week . The Google blog post came from Matt Cutts, who heads up the company’s search-spam team.
About a quarter of small businesses now marketing via social media After climbing steeply, according to research from Network Solutions and the Center for Excellence in Service at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, small-business adoption of social media marketing has plateaued at 24%. The study of US small business found that those that do market via social media primarily use Facebook (82%), and that the most common activities are maintaining a company page on a social network and posting status updates or links to interesting content. About half of businesses that used social media also monitored brand chatter on social networks.
On Top Rank Blog Lee Odden asked ‘ What is curation? ‘ This is what Rebecca Lieb, Vice President, North America at Econsultancy and author of The Truth About Search Engine Optimization had to say. ‘As an editor, journalist and marketer….what a great question! Content curation, which can be defined as a highly proactive and selective approach to finding, collecting, presenting and displaying digital content around predefined sets of criteria and subject matter, has become essential to marketing, branding, journalism, reporting and social media – often, to mash-ups of all these different and disparate channels. Content curation takes many forms: feeds, “channels” (such as on YouTube), it can appear on blogs, or even be the links you upload to social media sites such as Facebook.
The Social Media Marketing Series is supported by Webtrends Facebook Analytics , which provides comprehensive tracking and measurement solutions to help you maximize your ROI. To keep up with Webtrends Social products, follow its blog . It's easy to plan a squeaky clean social media strategy for your business when it's on paper. But executing all of the day-to-day tasks involved in that strategy can be a different story — and a giant, tangled mess — without implementing processes to manage it.