Benjamin Fry. How to create an artist’s successful Facebook page. Disturbed - The Vengeful One. LE ROI DES RATS. The Internet Ruined My Life – Watch Online. Cyberminimalisme, Karine Mauvilly, Documents. Nous ne sommes pas condamnés à crouler sous les datas et à obéir à des logiciels.
La vie numérisée qui s’impose de plus en plus à nous porte gravement atteinte à l’environnement ; des multinationales high-tech pratiquent le vol de données et la captation d’attention ; nos capacités naturelles d’orientation, de mémoire ou d’empathie sont affectées. Face à ce projet de société digitale peu humaniste, le cyberminimalisme propose une reconquête de notre pouvoir de décision en tant qu’humains et citoyens face aux machines. Au travail, en famille, entre amis, pour nos loisirs ou dans le choix de nos équipements, l’auteure préconise un mode de vie moins numérisé. Le cyberminimalisme n’est pas la cyberabstinence, c’est une reprise de contrôle, tantôt par l’évitement numérique, tantôt par la maîtrise informatique. Préparez-vous à acheter du numérique d’occasion, à adopter des logiciels libres, à profiter de la vie sans poster sur les réseaux sociaux, à agrandir votre zone non numérique. Become a bee - Streetbees. Julie Desk - AI-based personal assistant who schedules meeting via email.
Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal. Major political scandal Scandal involving unconsented use of personal information on Facebook for political advertising.
The Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal was a major political scandal in early 2018 when it was revealed that Cambridge Analytica had harvested the personal data of millions of people's Facebook profiles without their consent and used it for political advertising purposes. It has been described as a watershed moment in the public understanding of personal data and precipitated a huge fall in Facebook's stock price and calls for tighter regulation of tech companies' use of personal data.
Here are all the celebrities who have said they're quitting Facebook after its very scandalous year. Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal in March, comedian Will Ferrell wrote he would be deleting his official Facebook page.
He told followers in a message he disapproved of "Cambridge Analytica's misuse of millions of Facebook users' information in order to undermine our democracy and infringe on our citizens' privacy. " #DeleteFacebook is trending because Facebook users are livid about the poor handling of Cambridge Analytica's data harvesting. Déclaration de guerre à Mark Zuckerberg. H. How To / Why Leave Facebook. Why You Should Leave Facebook And How To Actually Do It, According To Artist Nick Briz. This article on artist Nick Briz originally appeared on VICE.
Last year, The Creators Project made a documentary with the new media artist on how to make interactive and generative animations and have previously written about his program theNewAesthetic.js, a user-friendly software program for making New Aesthetic compositions. Nick Briz is a Chicago-based new media artist, educator, and organizer. Briz teaches at the Marwen Foundation and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, has shown his work internationally, and is the co-founder of the GLI.TC/H conference. Il embauche des tueurs à gages virtuels pour éliminer son fils en ligne. Temps de lecture: 2 min Lassé de voir son fils jouer aux jeux vidéo, un père de famille chinois a trouvé une solution pour le moins surprenante: il a embauché des tueurs à gages pour assassiner son fils virtuellement, rapporte le site spécialisé dans le jeu vidéo Kotaku.
Les portables. Oui, c’est désormais reconnu, à l’intérieur d’un téléphone mobile, il y a la peste et le choléra : la peste, ce sont les ondes qui vous grillent le cerveau, leur présence fait débat.
Quant au reste du téléphone — le choléra — il vous met le cerveau hors service, là plus personne n’en doute. 11 Surprising Places Where You Can't Use Your Phone, Ever. Our phones are glued to our hands 24/7, and it’s the worst.
Who knows what unique sights we’re missing because we’re too busy tapping at a screen to look up? Here are some places that take the temptation away and have banned phones – and they’re so beautiful and interesting, there’s no way you should be hunching your neck to stare at your phone anyway. Green Bank, America. Bali resort bans smartphones from poolside to enforce relaxation. Does a hotel pool even exist if you don’t put it on social media?
It’s a question one Bali resort is encouraging its guests to put to the test by banning phones and mobile devices by the pool, in a bid to encourage people to absorb their surroundings rather than staring at a screen. The enforced “digital detox ruling” at Ayana Resort in Bali, which extends to all smartphones and digital devices, is an an attempt to forcibly untether people from the global addiction of checking the news, compulsively taking photos, updating social media and replying to emails even when on holiday. Instead guests are encouraged to swim, read books, or play a game of Jenga, or just “truly relax and be in the moment”, according to a hotel spokesperson. Smartphones in school: Ban, restrict or allow? Image copyright Getty Images Love them or hate them, smartphones have become an integral part of our daily lives.
But should they be left outside the classroom? Nick Gibb, the minister for school standards in England, told the BBC he believes schools should ban their pupils from bringing in smartphones. Brooklyn Restaurant Carthage Must Be Destroyed Bans Diners From Taking Photos. A Brooklyn restaurant decked out entirely in the "it" color of the moment, millennial pink, and serving dishes such as "Summer on Toast" sounds like an Instagrammer's dream.
But at Carthage Must Be Destroyed, the all-pink Australian café in the East Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, photographs are not allowed—which puts a serious cramp in diners' social media style. A glance at Carthage Must Be Destroyed's menu reveals an initial, brief version of the policy: "No photo shoots/No commercial or media photography inside or outside," the menu says. But sources tell Eater that a full list detailing the rules at length is handed to guests upon being seated, along with the menu. Cell Phones Are Banned at This Tiny French Restaurant. You may be tempted to document your #foodporn at Petit Jardin, but post at your own risk—the restaurant in the south of France just banned cell phone use at their tables. Located in Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert, about three hours northwest from Marseille, the tiny joint is purely focused on barbecue and scintillating conversation. Eighty percent of French people typically use their phones during dinner, according to The Local, which is why Petit Jardin owner Hean-Noël Fluery wants to encourage more traditional French values at his restaurant—namely, discussion during meals.
"People accept having to turn their phones off when they go to the cinema or the theatre, so why not restaurants? " he said. Le téléphone portable est-il l’ennemi de l’enfant ? Que celui qui n’a jamais eu à régir les rapports de ses enfants avec les écrans me jette le premier smartphone. Si vous n’avez pas de souci de portable avec votre enfant, c’est que vous n’avez probablement pas d’enfant. France bans cellphone use in public schools. Opponents of the blanket ban on mobile phone use said it is unlikely to wean students off their phones. The legislation — approved by members of France's lower house National Assembly on Thursday — would require students to keep their phones out of sight. French restaurant bans cameras to stop diners taking pictures of their food.
Sharing pictures of food online is an established trendHowever French chefs are now trying to stop diners taking snapsThey claim it ruins the atmosphere and could give away their secrets By Louise Eccles for the Daily Mail Published: 19:57 EST, 16 February 2014 | Updated: 13:35 EST, 17 February 2014 Prolific: Nigella Lawson is continuously sharing pictures of meals out with followers on Twitter. Sommes-nous insensibles aux électrohypersensibles ? - Télévision. Près de 2000 personnes en France seraient malades des ondes électromagnétiques. One company's ingenious way to free employees from email on vacation. He explains a stopping cue as something that signals a need to move on. For example, when someone is done reading a newspaper, a magazine or done watching a television show they stop and move on to the next thing.
"But the way we consume media today is such that there are no stopping cues," he said. "The news feed just rolls on, and everything's bottomless: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, email, text messaging, the news. " While not everyone is fortunate enough to work for a company that has adopted policies like Daimler's, Alter says there are some practices professionals can enforce in their personal lives to ensure they aren't tied to their screen beyond the office.
For him, that stop cue is the start of dinner. Rapport ayant conduit à la loi El Khomri / 2015. Right to disconnect. The right to disconnect is a proposed human right regarding the ability of people to disconnect from work and primarily not to engage in work-related electronic communications such as e-mails or messages during non-work hours. The modern working environment has been drastically changed by new communication and information technologies.
The boundary between work life and home life has shrunk with the introduction of digital tools into employment. While digital tools bring flexibility and freedom to employees they also can create an absence of limits, leading to excessive interference in the private lives of employees. For this reason such a right is beneficial. Several countries, primarily in Europe, have some form of the right to disconnect included in their law, while in some cases it is present in the policy of many large companies. On July 24, 2018, the Petition 1057 Chambre des Députés du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. 14 Scientific Reasons to Disconnect This Holiday Weekend. Project: Time Off. Adam Alter — INTELLECTS. Through all of the research you’ve done on the effects that names have on our perception of companies, what are your basic suggestions how to give your brand or product a really powerful name?
(Also, do you think Intellects was a good choice for us to name our website?) AA: Yes, love the name Intellects. It has many of the right features: it’s simple, easy to pronounce, memorable, and inspires the associations you’d hope for given the content of the site. Adam Alter: Why our screens make us less happy. Medium social media about writing and stories. Thierry Fournier. Welcome to Seppukoo / Assisting your virtual suicide. Jeremy Deller gives away 2,000 posters explaining 'How to leave Facebook' - a-n The Artists Information Company. Klemens Schillinger — Substitute Phone. All material appearing on this website is copyright Klemens Schillinger, Studio for Design. The content is protected under international copyright law.
All rights reserved. James Turrell. Get sh*t done. 6 Apps to Stop Your Smartphone Addiction. If you're like most busy professionals today, it can be hard to tear yourself away from your phone screen. With apps, email, and social media all at the tip of our fingers, we're constantly distracted by the mobile world. It may seem counterintuitive to use an app to unplug, but in an age where we use our smartphones for almost everything, it makes sense to fight fire with fire. Here are six apps that can help you to, well, stop using your apps: This app helps users unplug by blocking distracting apps like Facebook and games and filtering communications.
StayOnTask – Applications sur Google Play. NEW: Check out the new Stay On Task Plus which is a premium version of this app with several new features. Stay On Task is a simple, unobtrusive way to improve your focus and get your work done. AppDetox - App Blocker for Digital Detox - Apps on Google Play. Flipd — The Digital Wellness Company. Moment – Less phone. More life.
( OFFTIME ) – Unplug yourself in a hyperconnected world. Social media detox: Christina Farr quits Instagram, Facebook. UPS Pouchet.