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Des agrégateurs aux disséminateurs | InternetActu.net Trois jours après son lancement, plus de 70 000 billets sur les blogs parlent de l’iPhone d’Apple. Mais qu’en disent tout ces gens ? Si je me concentre sur les blogs “d’autorité” (comprenez, vers lesquels beaucoup d’autres blogs ont créé des liens), il me reste encore plus de 4 000 billets à lire ! Et je ne parle pas des dizaines de commentaires qui accompagnent certains billets, dont un tout petit nombre présente certainement un intérêt. Les outils d’agrégation, les moteurs de recherche, les répertoires de liens “sociaux” et autres outils du web d’aujourd’hui, sont censés savoir faire émerger un sens de cette accumulation. Ils sont encore loin du compte. Au mieux, ils classent : voilà tous les billets qui parlent de l’iPhone ; voilà les billets repérés par quelqu’un ; voici les plus cités, les mieux notés (par qui ?). Les outils du web 2.0 nous ont fait rentrer dans l’ère de l’agrégation, mais c’est une expérience dont on perçoit assez vite les limites. D’un côté, c’est rassurant.

Bookslut Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon / le Guichet du Savoir Short Term Rentals | Holiday Accommodation | Vacation Rentals by Owner bubbl.us - free web application for brainstorming online 10 Recommended Recommendation Engines Alex Iskold just posted Rethinking Recommendation Engines, a product type that we here at ReadWriteWeb have explored a lot over the past year or so. In this follow-up post, we present 10 recommendation engines that we like. And we don't include the obvious ones, such as Amazon, Netflix, last.fm, Pandora. So it's not a 'top 10', don't panic. We invite you to add your favorites in the comments. Recommendation engines were included in our toolkit for 2008: What's Next on the Web. Without further ado, here are our 10 picks, compiled from previous ReadWriteWeb posts: MyStrands How do you navigate a nearly infinite world of digital data to find the best content for your tastes and needs? MatchMine MatchMine, a Massachusetts company building a cross-platform media recommendation engine, received a $10 million investment from The Kraft Group. Zync Zync, a Massachusetts-based startup, operates a local event recommendation engine based around the city of Boston. SeeqPod Scouta TuneExplorer TheFilter

The Neglected Books Page Babelio - Vos livres en ligne - Connectez vos bibliothèques Tips: Protect files on your Android phone 30 Rock‘s Liz Lemon, played by nerd queen Tina Fey, mistakenly left her iPhone in a New York City Taxi Cab. Soon after, the cab driver called Liz’s contacts to relay threats about exposing an “adult photo” showing Lemon’s lemons if she didn’t pay a hefty sum. Android users would be wise to protect their phone data and not end up like Tina Fey’s hard luck character. Here are three tips to safeguard your Android phone and decrease the likelihood of exploitation. 1) Hide files with Astro Johnny has some unsavory photos on his G1 that he would like to keep away from prying eyes. The Android Pictures app does not display images stored in folders titled with a dot in the beginning. 2) Set Unlock Pattern The most obvious means to protect an Android phone is the “Set Unlock pattern” feature. 3) Wait on BioWallet Every boy who has ever watched a spy movie wanted their own retina scan machine. BioWallet preview shots.

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