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traçabilité Je fais comme si je ne savais pas ce que c’est que la traçabilité et je regarde sur Wikipédia. Et comme c’est un sujet universel, je regarde dans plusieurs langues. Expérience intéressante. La définition anglaise (honneur à la langue dominante Pas d’article « traçabilité » sur Wikipédia chinois… À noter également que les dictionnaires de traduction en ligne ne connaissent quasiment pas le mot. Il est vrai que traçabilité est mot récent. Aucune de ces définitions n’évoque l’information numérique, les bases de données, la messagerie électronique, Internet, les réseaux sociaux, etc. Le numérique permet de créer ou laisser des traces, volontairement ou involontairement, consciemment ou non, de manière défensive ou offensive : caméras de surveillance, signature électronique, horodatages et géolocalisations divers, connexions en tous genres, sur Fessebouc, au bureau, dans la rue…

6 Tools That Allow You To Write Longer Twitter Tweets So for those times when you want to stay within the Twitterverse without posting a dozen tweets, there are several options available to do just that. Here are 6 possibilities you should check out, which allow you to write longer Tweets on Twitter. TwitLonger Topsy’s TwitLonger.com is the site I use via the Twitter desktop client, Tweetie, when I need to get beyond 140 characters. When you go over the character limit, a pop-up message asks if you want to post your “too long” tweet to TwitLonger. You can also of course write a longer tweet directly on the TwitLonger site, signing in with your existing Twitter account. The site points out that your Twitter privacy settings are not reflected in Twitlonger, but it does recommend that you not use its services for sending direct messages. There are several Twitter-related web and mobile applications that support TwitLonger, including TweetList, Twizzle (iPhone/iPod Touch), Twitepad (iPad), and Touiteur (Android). JumboTweet ezTweets TinyPaste XLTweet

Toute ma vie sur Internet : reportage d’Envoyé Spécial sur France 2 When you talk too much for Twitter E-réputation, gestion de l’identité numérique, cyber-harcèlement : Comment agir Le droit à l’oubli sur Internet et l’e-réputation font l’actualité sur Internet. Comment faire retirer du Web des données personnelles ? Comment agir pour faire ôter des informations liées à son identité (personne physique ou morale) en ligne ? Le droit à l’oubli sur Internet : petit guide juridique pour faire valoir ses droits Dossier du 8 avril 2013 réalisé par Thiébaut Devergranne (docteur en droit et consultant) sur son blog Données personnelles : Le droit à l’oubli sur Internet : petit guide juridique pour faire valoir ses droits délivre un voici un mode d’emploi pour faire valoir ses droits, personnes physiques, autant que personnes morales sur la thématique du droit à l’oubli pris dans un sens global avec une démarche construite. Cyber-harcèlement et e-réputation Licence : Creative Commons by-nc-saGéographie : France Tags: donnee personnelle, droit, droit a l'oubli, guide, identite numerique, mode d'emploi, vie privée

Hashtag In requests for more information about our Twitter party and Twitter chat services, we are often asked, “How can I get my hashtag to become a trending topic on Twitter?” The question’s frequency makes sense: To have your hashtag or brand name displayed along Twitter’s ‘trending topics’ column is a coveted position, with the top or ‘promoted’ trend costing an advertiser a reported $120K to achieve it. Trending topics are seen and monitored by millions of sets of eyes per day; to be one of them can be game-changing for a company. When a user clicks on a trending topic, they will see a list of all recently-tweeted tweets that contain that term. For companies, this means having more people learn about them and get introduced to their products and services. And free advertising that could be seen by millions is impossible to resist. What exactly makes a topic trend? According to Twitter, “an algorithm determines which topics are ‘trending’ in the location you’ve selected. How do I do it?

Nos traces numériques méritent-elles d'être conservées ? Les musées collectent les artefacts qui témoignent de civilisation parfois fort anciennes : œuvres d'art, documents, objets issus de fouilles archéologiques, etc. Mais si les époques passées ont laissé de nombreux indices physiques de leur existence, qu'en est-il de notre monde dans lequel tant d'éléments de notre quotidien n'ont pas de réalité physique ? Comment collecter aujourd'hui les éléments significatifs de notre époque pour les générations futures ? En archivant le Web, bien sûr! Mais les musées peuvent-ils utiliser impunément les productions des internautes ? Collecter les traces numériques... Été 2012. La question, pour le musée, était de savoir s'il était possible de collecter un flot de tweets. Certains musées britanniques sont allés plus loin et ont collecté des images. Les institutions britanniques s'efforcent d'archiver bien des traces numériques. ... ça vaut le coup? La question de l'éthique est revenue souvent dans l'atelier. Les musées sont donc face à un dilemme.

50 Best Twitter Tools & Services Sometimes it’s not that easy to manage your friends and followers on Twitter. So if you want to be in the swim, you’ll have to know many things; e.g. do your followers retweet your tweets, and whether those whom you are following are following you or not. In this post we are glad to offer you the handiest tools that might definitely simplify the process. Archivist Visualizations are graphic representations of the data your archives. Backtweets Twitter analytics to help you understand how people interact with you and your content. Birdherd BirdHerd makes it easy for groups, teams and brands to update a single Twitter account. Buffer Buffer makes your life easier with a smarter way to schedule tweets. Chirpstats Chirpstats.com* is a Twitter follower analytics package built to help you track and learn more about your follower-base. Digitweet Dlvr dlvr.it provides bloggers, publishers and brands a way to instantly syndicate content and expand their reach on the social web and into new channels.

10 Top Twitter Tools Suggested By the Pros Yes, there are a ton of great Twitter Tools out there for you, but which ones should you pick? I thought one of the best ways to narrow your choice down is to get in touch with the real Social Media experts. I sent them an email and asked them about their recommended Tools for you. So here are the top 10 responses from the Twitter Pros out there. I hope some of these tools will be useful for you too: Mari Smith's Top Tool: ManageFlitter Mari Smith is a one of the top Social Media speakers out there and she mentioned to me that “Manageflitter has a beautiful interface and is a terrific tool for managing your followers and following.” With this tool you can clean up and manage whom you are following within just a few clicks. Jay Baer's Top Tool: Buffer Jay Baer is one of the smartest Social Media and content marketing minds I have ever met and ranked in the #3 in the world for it. With Buffer you can post Tweets in a more efficient way. Aaron Lee's Top Tool: CoTweet

Twimbow - Colored Thoughts The Rainbow vanished Hi folks, today is a sad day here in Twimbowland, In the last communiques, Twitter discouraged the development of new applications replicating the core Twitter Experience, called “Traditional Clients”, among which Twimbow is included. They outlined some rules ( read here ) which disheartened us and now we have no longer enthusiasm to continue our adventure. Since our first day we tried to go along with the wishes that you (our dearest Twimblers) wrote in your feedbacks, and we tried to develop Twimbow accordingly. All those that earlier were just Twitter’s “ best practices” about their data visualization, have become rules too binding for us. We made huge efforts to launch our mobile app for all the platforms out there, but, reluctantly, we cancelled those projects. We want to thank warmly those of you who were supportive towards us in this wonderful adventure called Twimbow. Ciao The Twimbow Team

v6.9: Drag and drop image uploading, more templates Every 4 weeks, we add new features to MailChimp. This release (v6.9 for those keeping track) is kind of head-sploding: Here are some details… Drag and Drop Image Editor We’re working on totally revamping our content editor in MailChimp. Our first step in that direction is this all new image editor. and they get uploaded. A more detailed post will go live soon, where we talk about everything that’s new in this image gallery. Aviary Integration We worked with the awesome guys at Aviary to build a much more customized image editing interface than our old one w/Picnik (and just in time, as it turns out). This is using some new API tricks from Aviary, and we really want to thank them for helping with this. Reports: Filter by list Under the Reports tab, there’s a nice, big graph showing your open and click rates over time. Some of those lists up there are 10 years old, while some are only one year old. So we added the option to sort that graph by list: This should make things more sane for you.

Les gens intelligents préfèrent Twitter ? Vous vous souvenez peut-être d’une étude, parue l’an dernier, aux résultats surprenants : les utilisateurs d’Internet Explorer seraient plus bêtes que les autres. Même si cette enquête s’était révélée être une plaisanterie bien orchestrée, elle avait suscité de nombreuses réactions, entre amusement et consternation. Nul doute que ce qui va suivre va également faire bondir, mais cette fois-ci, l’étude a l’air bien plus réelle et consistante. L’agence australienne de tests psychotechniques Onetest a réalisé une étude sur le devenir de 2851 diplômés de diverses universités entre 2002 et 2011. Une étude d’insertion professionnelle assez classique, dont les résultats complets sont disponibles ici, si vous êtes curieux. Seuls 4% des répondants ont placé Twitter en tête de liste de leurs réseaux sociaux favoris.

Twitter's man in Washington - The Hill Twitter is one of the most recognizable brands in the world, with about 170 million active users, including world leaders, business executives and celebrities. But when it comes to a presence in Washington, D.C., Twitter still lags far behind other Silicon Valley giants. Facebook and Google have built extensive lobbying operations to ensure that policymakers look out for their interests. Twitter, the microblogging service that allows users to share their thoughts in 140-character messages, has no registered lobbyists and just two employees following policy issues. Colin Crowell, a Washington veteran, launched Twitter’s global public policy operation last year. He now shares an office with Will Carty, Twitter’s second policy staffer, who joined the company in September. Crowell told The Hill that the company has no plans to expand its policy team, but that he and Carty will register as lobbyists if their work requires it. As a longtime staffer for Rep. “I loved my government experience.

Twitter = Instant Memories Now you can send your tweets directly into Evernote. Why is this cool? Because Twitter is chock-full of great stuff. Thanks to the Evernote-Twitter integration, you can easily capture the tweets you like: your own or those showing up in your stream. Say ‘Hello’ to @myEN Evernote now lets you send public Twitter messages, and private Direct Messages, right into your Evernote account for searchable, permanent safekeeping. Setting up myEN First, you’ll need an Evernote account. Follow myEN on Twitter (you will need a Twitter account)myEN will follow you back, and send you a DM with a linkClick the link, sign into Evernote, and connect your Evernote and Twitter accounts If you have a protected Twitter account, then do the following: follow myEN, accept myEN’s follow request, then send myEN a DM. How to use myEN For Public tweets: Add @myEN to the body of any public tweet For Direct Messages: Send a DM to myEN to create a new note in Evernote SMS notes Tweets with Twitpics

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