IkRIP « met-k.com Ik Rest In Peace. Een tijd geleden vertelde ik hier al dat mocht het ooit zover zijn, en het is ooit zover, men niet het lef zou moeten hebben dingen verkeerd te regelen. Ook na de dood regisseer ik de boel het liefst. Omdraaien in mijn graf zou niet eens mijn speciale voorkeur hebben, dus daar begint de ellende al. En je moet het maar wéten! Hoeveel mensen praten er niet over? IkRIP « met-k.com
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The online social world where you are in control Decentralization Instead of everyone’s data being contained on huge central servers owned by a large organization, local servers (“pods”) can be set up anywhere in the world. You choose which pod to register with - perhaps your local pod - and seamlessly connect with the diaspora* community worldwide. Find out more » Freedom

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The Diaspora Project
Ilya Zhitomirskiy, 1989 – 2011
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Even the young person who sends and receives hundreds of text messages per day is unlikely to think of them as acts of reading and writing. Most text messages, including mine, are delivered in casual code for humdrum purposes, a mode of expression that makes communication seem as automatic as breathing. Roy: coffee?Jeff: now?Roy: see u thereJeff: k But consider my exchange with my daughter Alison: Short text messages show surprising storytelling power in Norway tragedy Short text messages show surprising storytelling power in Norway tragedy
Most journalists use social media such as Twitter and Facebook as a source | Media Most journalists use social media such as Twitter and Facebook as a source | Media A US survey has revealed that an overwhelming majority of reporters and editors use social media sources for researching their stories as 56% say social media is important for reporting and producing the stories they wrote. However, with 84% most journalists use information delivered via social media rather cautious as they think it is less reliable than information delivered via traditional media. According to the research conducted by Cision and The George Washington University, for their online research all journalists are using Google, followed by 61% which are turning to Wikipedia. Among social media 89% of journalists make use of blogs while conducting their online research, while 96% turn to corporate websites. Social networking sites like Facebook or LinkedIn by comparision are only slowly keeping up as two-thirds of the journalists turn to them during their online research, while only about half of them make use of the micro-blogging site Twitter.
10 Ways journalists can use LinkedIn A few months ago, I saw Guy Kawasaki’s blog post, 10 Ways to Use LinkedIn, and it made me realize that you can use LinkedIn for a lot more than just networking. For example, journalists can get value from LinkedIn both as a research tool and as a tool for career development: Here are ten ways for journalists to use LinkedIn: 1. Get noticed for the work you do I’ve seen a lot of journalists with pretty sparse profiles. This is a mistake. 10 Ways journalists can use LinkedIn
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08Feb2011 Briljant, een tool waarmee je een online conversatie, verspreid over verschillende sociale netwerken weer kunt bundelen tot één verhaal. Storify is een tool die dit mogelijk maakt. Storify, de ideale social media tool om conversaties te bundelen tot een verhaal | Storify, de ideale social media tool om conversaties te bundelen tot een verhaal |
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