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Facebook. Film. Snapchat. Twitter. Reklamer. Twitter vs. Facebook as a news source: Ferguson shows the downsides of an algorithmic filter. While Twitter has been alive with breaking news about the events in Ferguson, Mo. after the shooting of an unarmed black man — video clips posted by participants, live-tweeting the arrest of journalists, and so on — many users say Facebook has been largely silent on the topic, with more info about ice-bucket challenges by various celebrities.

Twitter vs. Facebook as a news source: Ferguson shows the downsides of an algorithmic filter

Is this a sign of a fundamental difference between the two platforms? In a sense, yes. But it’s also a testament to the power of the algorithms that Facebook uses to filter what we see in our newsfeeds, and that has some potentially serious social implications. Part of the reason why Twitter is more news-focused than Facebook has to do with the underlying mechanics of both sites, and the way user behavior has evolved as a result. Flaws in the symmetrical follow model As tech-blogger Robert Scoble argued during a debate with Anthony De Rosa of Circa, there are ways to fine-tune your Facebook feed so that it becomes more of a news platform. Unge værner om privatliv på nettet. De er »på«.

Unge værner om privatliv på nettet

Og ekstremt bevidste om hvordan. Transmedia Hamlet. Transmedia Hamlet Transmedia Hamlet is the result of a high school English project where students created a pastiche of over a hundred documents, multimedia and items to creatively retell William Shakespeare’s most famous and widely read play.

Transmedia Hamlet

Students used everything including Minecraft videos, memes, TV scripts, business reports, social media pages and fortune cookies, to name a few, to recast Hamlet in the fragmented reality of the postmodern digital world. The website is divided according to the acts and scenes in the play, and the items appear under the line numbers that they correspond to. A full text of the play is provided, and each scene begins with a summary to help viewers put the media in context.

Why Transmedia? There is both confusion and crossover between the terms transmedia (a term coined by Dr. Transmedia is the most appropriate title when considering not only the final project, but the way the unit was taught. Tag dig selv og de sociale medier mindre højtideligt. Har jeg slukket mobilen og lukket helt ned for Facebook, Twitter og Instagram i sommerferien?

Tag dig selv og de sociale medier mindre højtideligt

Nej. Bliver jeg enormt træt af, at dybt professionelle voksne mennesker poster billeder af deres børn på stranden? Nope. The Six Things That Make Stories Go Viral Will Amaze, and Maybe Infuriate, You. When Jonah Berger was a graduate student at Stanford, in the early aughts, he would make a habit of reading page A2 of the Wall Street Journal, which included a list of the five most-read and the five most-shared articles of the day.

The Six Things That Make Stories Go Viral Will Amaze, and Maybe Infuriate, You

“I’d go down to the library and surreptitiously cut out that page,” he recalls. “I noticed that what was read and what was shared was often different, and I wondered why that would be.” What was it about a piece of content—an article, a picture, a video—that took it from simply interesting to interesting and shareable? What pushes someone not only to read a story but to pass it on? The question predates Berger’s interest in it by centuries. Ti danskere, der flytter magt på sociale medier. Allerførst.

Ti danskere, der flytter magt på sociale medier

Min blogtitel er allerede blevet problematiseret på Twitter, da jeg luftede den: For kan man flytte magt med sociale medier? Jeg mener, vi ser eksempler på det hele tiden: CEO’s, Politikere, Kendisser og almindelige dødelige, der flytter magt hver dag – f.eks. ved at positionere sig internt i et politisk parti, ved at vinde medietid, ved at lægge digitalt tryk på en folkestemning, eller ved allerede i opløbet til en shitstorm at tage trykket af den, så de kan beholde deres magt.

På Folkemødet kommer Berlingske til (igen) at offentliggøre, hvem de mener, er Danmarks 100 mest magtfulde personer. Man kan sagtens argumentere for, at sociale medier ikke flytter magt i sig selv, når man ser den liste, hvor Bjarne Corydon sidste år blev nummer 1, og listen i øvrigt var gennemsyret af folk, der ikke bruger sociale medier – det kan ikke lade sig at gøre at flytte noget som helst, hvis man ikke gør det i det virkelige liv – pointen er god. .

KULTUR Medina Ja. About the author. The Hamishsphere: Manhattan Man - Vogue Daily - Fashion and Beauty News and Features. The Death of Facebook, Twitter & Google+ It’s May 1st, 2018 and the once seemingly-unstoppable, mighty behemoth of online social, Facebook, is now a shell of a platform.

The Death of Facebook, Twitter & Google+

Its founders, long cashed-out and hardly relevant in what is now known as the “Privacy-First” movement, Facebook lies amongst the corpses of GeoCities, MySpace, AOL and the more recently imploded Twitter and Google+. While Mark Zuckerberg’s substantial wealth finds its way into dozens of startups through his formidable investment fund, he is regarded by many of today’s players as somewhat irrelevant, and his role in creating what is today seen as one of the most ethically corrupt platforms of our time, Facebook, is seen by some as a dubious honor.

Social media: how does it really affect our mental health and well-being? In 1971, the first email was delivered.

Social media: how does it really affect our mental health and well-being?

More than 40 years on, social media has taken the world by storm. Social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, are now used by 1 in 4 people worldwide. Such activity may seem harmless, but some researchers suggest social media may affect our mental health and well-being. In 2012, Medical News Today reported on a study suggesting that Facebook use may feed anxiety and increase a person's feeling of inadequacy. A more recent study, led by social psychiatrist Ethan Cross of the University of Michigan, found that using Facebook may even make us miserable. "On the surface, Facebook provides an invaluable resource for fulfilling the basic human need for social connection," says Kross. But are such claims exaggerated? Når de voksne skælder ud. Jeg læste for nylig noget egentligt ret simpelt om børneopdragelse, men alligevel vigtigt: At når man irettesætter et barn, som man mener har gjort noget galt, så skal man aldrig gøre det foran andre.

Når de voksne skælder ud

Man skal trække barnet til side og tale til hende, ansigt til ansigt, så hun kan forstå, at hun ikke er under angreb. For når barnet bliver modsagt foran andre, hører hun ikke det ikke-truende og velmenende budskab, der faktisk bliver fremsagt (du må ikke give Mia en patvrider, du skal huske at lave dine lektier, min fine ven, du må ikke tale sådan til din bror). Hun hører kun angrebet – og ydmygelsen. Og så er kommunikationen tabt. A Game of Social Thrones [VIDEO] A year ago, we at HootSuite showed just how much we love Game of Thrones with our Social Media Winter is Coming infographic.

A Game of Social Thrones [VIDEO]

The infographic was a visual representation of the quiet battles being fought between many social networks, who were building walls and blocking access between their respective sites and apps. That graphic was a hit with the social media community, so we knew we had to take things up a notch for this season’s premiere.

Enter the Game of Social Thrones video. This clip is inspired by the beautiful opening sequence of the hit HBO show (whose 4th season premieres on April 6th!). The animated clip portrays some of the world’s biggest social networks as kingdoms (which, let’s be honest, they kind of are). Enjoy the video, share it with your friends using the hashtag #GameOfSocial, and let us know which kingdom you would want to live in! Try It Now. Unavngivet.png (PNG Image, 531 × 2406 pixels) - Scaled (41%) Israel student union sets up “war room” to sell Gaza massacre on Facebook.

As the death toll from Israel’s savage bombardment of Gaza continues to climb, Israel has once again turned to students to sell the slaughter online. “Although they haven’t been called up to the army yet, they’ve decided to enlist in a civilian mission that is no less important – Israeli propaganda [hasbara],” Ynet’s Hebrew edition reported about a massive initiative organized by the Israeli student union branch at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC Herzliya), a prestigious private university.

Hasbara war room “Hasbara,” literally “explaining,” is the term used in Israel for government propaganda aimed at overseas audiences. “The goal is to deliver a very clear message to people abroad – Israel has the right to defend itself,” Lidor Bar David told Ynet. At least 168 Palestinians have been killed since Israel massively escalated its attack on Gaza on 7 July. Thirty-six Palestinian children have been killed and more than 1,200 people have been injured.

“Organized lying” Får jeg dit kys, jeg mener, kryds på søndag? WebTV - De danske YouTube-stjerner. Nye platforme er med til at ændre den traditionelle måde at se TV på. Book Excerpt: Can Videogames Be Journalism? In July, 2009, Wired magazine waded into the ongoing coverage of Somalian pirate raids with an eight-page visual feature called "Cutthroat Capitalism. " The piece was accompanied by an online game, which, besides being fun to play, also served a journalistic purpose, writes videogame professor Dr. Ian Bogost in a new book on gaming as journalism. "A smart player will rarely fail--and that is the strongest rhetorical point presented in the negotiation process," he writes. Fra et jeg til we-ness… Brügger - Jeg har modtaget et åbent brev! Det er fra DR2s... Ferguson Reveals a Twitter Loop. Photo It was the best of Twitter. It was the worst of Twitter. Over the last two weeks, as Ferguson, Mo., transformed from an average American city to an apocalyptic police state, I was glued to my devices, along with millions of other people, following along at every turn.

At the height of the chaos, I sat in my living room with a collection of six video live streams on my computer and two Twitter streams: one on an iPad hooked to my television and another on my iPhone. You would think that with all this information at my fingertips I would have known exactly what was happening on the ground. Nope. What I “saw” were thousands of one-sided accounts, many of which were grossly inaccurate.

No one will argue that Twitter played an imperative role in ensuring that the events in Ferguson led to an international debate about police violence and race in America. Krigens billeder rykker vores sympati. »Stop massakren i Gaza,« står der på bannere spredt ud over Jarmers Plads i indre by af København. En rødhåret gut i børnehavealderen sidder i bar mave på sin fars skuldre og stikker op i mængden af mennesker. Han har blikket vendt mod en lastbil lastet med mørke højttalere. En medarrangør af demonstrationen stiller sig op på ladet og tager en mikrofon i hånden. »Nu står vi her igen,« lyder det.