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Real-Time News Curation - The Complete Guide Part 2: Aggregation Is Not Curation We are no longer just consumers of content, we have become curators of it too. In Part 1 of this Guide I have introduced why we really need real-time news curation and what is the basic idea behind it (Part 1 - Real-Time News Curation, Newsmastering And Newsradars - The Complete Guide Part 1: Why We Need It). In Part 2 I want to continue illustrating what "real-time news curation" is all about, and more specifically why it differs from automatic aggregation, and why you really need a human being to do it. As I see it: "Aggregation is automated, curation is manual." Photo credit: Creativaimage Back in 2004, I wrote an article entitled: The Birth of The Newsmaster. It was my first public realization, that a real-time news curator, which I labeled at the time a "newsmaster", was soon due. It is in the DNA of RSS to be wanting to be free, to be further reused, personalized and syndicated. The problem of information overload is like any other problem, one side of a new, bright opportunity. No.

Opération de street marketing pour L'Or Espresso Du 15 au 24 septembre, l'Or Espresso (Sara Lee) lance une campagne de street marketing originale. Orchestrée par Fred & Farid, elle s'articule autour de deux phases. Lors d'une première journée, les passants parisiens se verront remettre une "mouillette" imprégnée d'arômes de café et porteuse du message : "Demain, découvrez cet arôme, même lieu, même heure". Le lendemain en effet, des voitures aux couleurs de L'Or Espresso sillonneront les rues des 20 quartiers de Paris les plus fréquentés, diffusant des arômes de café. Et des hôtesses inviteront les amateurs à déguster différentes variétés de L'Or Espresso. Plus de 100 000 échantillons seront également distribués. Lancé en avril 2010, L'Or Espresso (dont la particularité est d'être compatible avec les machines Nespresso de Nestlé) annonce plus de 160 millions de capsules vendues en France. Livres audio Presenting Trip Your Face - A Produc - Flash Player Installation Ad men use brain scanners to probe our emotional response | Media | The Observer The Mynd wireless EEG headset developed by NeuroFocus to read the brain's emotional responses to products. Photograph: NeuroFocus The world's biggest companies have got a new way of convincing you to buy their products – by getting inside your head. Traditionally, focus groups have been used to tell marketeers what they think of adverts. Faced with the prospect of consumers hiding their emotions – perhaps a middle-aged man reluctant to reveal that he shed a tear at a sentimental John Lewis Christmas advert – a new breed of "neuromarketer" has emerged, armed with medical technology to probe consumers' brains for genuine responses. "We put a cap on your head that measures your brain impulses," said AK Pradeep, a pioneer of neuromarketing science and chief executive of NeuroFocus, one of the biggest players in a booming industry. NeuroFocus grades adverts against the emotions the advertisers wished to evoke on a scale of 10 (perfect; don't change a thing) to zero (requires major surgery).

Street Marketing : 25 exemples de publicités sur des voitures La voiture, objet des plus banals dans le paysage urbain, se retrouve parfois la pièce maitresse d’un dispositif de marketing alternatif. Pour l’inspiration, voici une sélection d’exemples de publicités qui transforment la voiture en vecteur de communication efficace et créatif. Que ce soit , les marques et les agences de communication rivalisent de créativité pour faire passer leur message publicitaire de façon créative et impactante pour le consommateur. Découvrez une sélection inspirante de 25 dispositifs de street marketing utilisant la voiture comme moyen de communication. Bordelais, consultant web & social media en agence, je suis aussi passionné de photographie, des arts graphiques en général, et du design.

Bibliothèque numérique mondiale Trip Your Face | SocialTechPop What do Dennis Rodman and Vanilla Ice have in common? They are both white...or black. I don't know. The video scenarios utilize technology to create 3D photo imaging in a video for a consumer-integrated experience. I think this can be something really cool.

Peter Thiel: We're in a Bubble and It's Not the Internet. It's Higher Education. Fair warning: This article will piss off a lot of you. I can say that with confidence because it’s about Peter Thiel. And Thiel – the PayPal co-founder, hedge fund manager and venture capitalist – not only has a special talent for making money, he has a special talent for making people furious. Some people are contrarian for the sake of getting headlines or outsmarting the markets. For Thiel, it’s simply how he views the world. Consider the 2000 Nasdaq crash. And after the crash, Thiel insisted there hadn’t really been a crash: He argued the equity bubble had simply shifted onto the housing market. So Friday, as I sat with Thiel in his San Francisco home that he finally owns, I was curious what he thinks of the current Web frenzy. Instead, for Thiel, the bubble that has taken the place of housing is the higher education bubble. Like the housing bubble, the education bubble is about security and insurance against the future. Making matters worse was a 2005 President George W.