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Marina Abramović e Ulay - MoMA 2010

Marina Abramović e Ulay - MoMA 2010

Rewind 2013 (España) Upload YouTube Rewind (Mundial) Subscription preferences Loading... Working... YouTube Rewind 2013 (España) YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say? 98,978,018 views 7 months ago To celebrate 2013, we invited some YouTubers to star in a mashup of popular moments this year. Read more Vuelve a disfrutar de los vídeos, las personas y los eventos que marcaron a YouTube en 2013 WATCHED 5:47 YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say? Tendencias 2013 (España) Play Repasa los vídeos con más crecimiento en YouTube durante 2013. Tendencias música 2013 (España) Repasa los 10 videos musicales que han marcado tendencia en YouTube en 2013. Tendencias 2013 (Mundial) Hemos tenido en cuenta el número de reproducciones, me gusta, búsquedas, parodias, remixes, respuestas en video y las veces que se han compartido para identificar los 10 videos más populares de 2013. 3:45 Ylvis - The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?) Tendencias música 2013 (Mundial) Repasa los 25 videos musicales que han marcado tendencia en YouTube en 2013.

Here's Why These 6 Videos Went Viral A video is never guaranteed to go viral, but a few factors make it significantly more likely. In the first few months of 2013, viral videos covered all kinds of topics: a serious look at female self-esteem, a silly competition between two Star Trek actors, and more. But according to Brian Shin, CEO of video analytics service Visible Measures, these and most other viral videos share at least two things in common: "discussability" and "relatability." For a video to be "discussable," it usually features something shocking or surprising, which compels viewers to share it with others. We chatted with a couple viral video experts to learn what made these clips the biggest hits of the year, so far. Dove Experiment Dove's "Real Beauty Sketches" video is by far the most popular video of 2013 to date, with nearly 54 million views on YouTube and about 68 million views across the web, according to data from Visible Measures. Shin believes a few factors played into this video's success. Harlem Shake

09 | marzo | 2011 Hola: Una infografía titulada “La carrera de la robótica”. Un saludo Me gusta: Me gusta Cargando... Una infografía titulada: Geolocalización ¿Qué es? Una detallada infografía que nos explica el funcionamiento de la telefonía móvil. Un saludo Una infografía titulada “¿Está muerta la impresión?” Un vídeo titulado “Cómo un vídeo llega a ser viral”. Be an Information DJ - Matthew Lieberman by Matthew Lieberman | 1:02 PM November 27, 2012 When President Obama considers how to mobilize opinion and persuade Americans to support his agenda, we can be sure he’ll want to tap the power of changing minds by understanding what makes ideas go viral. In building support for tough, difficult issues such as deficit reduction and tax policy, the Obama team will want to know more about how buzz works in the brain. At the Neuroleadership Summit 2012 held in mid-October in New York City, Art Kleiner, editor-in-chief of Strategy+Business magazine, joined me as we presented research casting new light on conventional thinking many of us have about buzz. Significantly, we’re finding out that what makes ideas contagious has more to do with how we think about ideas than what we want to achieve with them. Buzz is extraordinarily important because as social beings humans crave communication, and buzz spreads ideas like wildfire. Memes are ideas, and ideas aren’t ideas without people.

Publicidad viral: La comunicación por contagio Mònika Jiménez Morales (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) Citación recomendada: Mònika Jiménez Morales. Publicidad viral: La comunicación por contagio [en linea]. "Hipertext.net", núm. 6, 2008. < 1. 1. Cuando en 1994 una pequeña editorial americana publicó un libro titulado “Media Virus”, lo cierto es que muy pocos supieron ver, al menos de entrada, el impacto que la publicación tendría para las nuevas generaciones de publicitarios y, obviamente, de consumidores de todo el mundo. De forma similar a las propias teorías del autor, la existencia de la obra “Media Virus”, se fue difundiendo en un meteórico boca-oreja, de manera que el libro llego a ser un best-seller en pocos meses. 2. Este es el formato elegido por muchas de las campañas publicitarias que, en los últimos años, han desbancado en efectividad a las formas de publicidad convencionales. 3. 4. La segunda en ocupar el ránking de los más reenviados ha sido la sede neoyorquina de la agencia americana J. 5. 6.

Viralidad: concepto y ejemplos | Comunicación online para todos los públicos. ¿Recordáis el post con el que se iniciaba este blog? Trataba de los Flashmobs. Hoy quiero explicar brevemente y poner algunos ejemplos del concepto, en comunicación de viralidad. La palabra viralidad no tiene una definición establecida, de hecho si buscas en la R.A.E. no encontrarás resultados. Aún así, me atreveré a decir que la viralidad es la capacidad que tiene algo para reproducirse, multiplicarse y expandirse como un virus. Aplicando este concepto a la comunicación podemos encontrarnos con vídeos virales, con campañas de marketing viral o acciones concretas virales. En publicidad se realizan muchas campañas a lo largo del año y si consigues que se convierta en viral, la difusión que tendrá tu campaña crecerá exponencialmente sin incrementar el coste inicial de la campaña. Aquí tenéis un ejemplo claro de un anuncio de coches que se convirtió en una de los vídeos más vistos. Aun así un viral no tiene porque ser un anuncio ni tiene que estar asociado a una marca en concreto. Me gusta:

Meme A meme (/ˈmiːm/ meem)[1] is "an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture."[2] A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols, or practices that can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals, or other imitable phenomena with a mimicked theme. Supporters of the concept regard memes as cultural analogues to genes in that they self-replicate, mutate, and respond to selective pressures.[3] The word meme is a shortening (modeled on gene) of mimeme (from Ancient Greek μίμημα Greek pronunciation: [míːmɛːma] mīmēma, "imitated thing", from μιμεῖσθαι mimeisthai, "to imitate", from μῖμος mimos "mime")[4] and it was coined by the British evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in The Selfish Gene (1976)[1][5] as a concept for discussion of evolutionary principles in explaining the spread of ideas and cultural phenomena. Dawkins' own position is somewhat ambiguous: he obviously welcomed N. History[edit]

This is the Best Time-Lapse Street Art We've Ever Seen Take 4 street artists, 1 warehouse on its way to demolition, a camera and unlimited paint, and what do you get? The most amazing time-lapse street art collaboration we’ve ever seen, hands down. Videographer Selina Miles captured the quartet of painters, Sofles, Fintan Magee, Treas and Quench, decorating every wall of this massive warehouse – it’s manic mayhem captured in beautiful high-speed motion. Their antics are not to be missed. See Also Street Art from Another Dimension (well, actually from Daan Botlek) Selina Miles breaks out of the standard ‘shoot a wall as it’s painted’ format. The warehouse, which is scheduled for demolition, is located in Brisbane Australia. Watching this in HD is a must! Via Neatorama Known in some circles as the most amazing man in the universe, he once saved an entire family of muskrats from a sinking, fire engulfed steamboat while recovering from two broken arms relating to a botched no-chute wingsuit landing in North Korea.

The build To start things off I built a housing for the Lens using some plumbing fittings. Note: do not let your little brother sniff the paint Next using the measurements in the manual I built a box out of oak. Only 2 people were injured in the building of this projector After a few bloody knuckles and a couple of 6 packs, we had a box built and the wires for the lighting installed. The scariest part about the whole project was taking apart the LCD panel. Finally all the lighting and electronics we combined and cleaned up in the box After that I got out the popcorn and grabbed a movie.

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