Les Gentils Virus pour la Démocratie reddit Reddit: A Beginner's Guide Update: This post was updated October 2013 to reflect current statistics and tools. To the uninitiated, Reddit looks like a mess — text links, comment threads, points, upvotes, downvotes. At best, posts seem contextless — at worst, totally random. But spend some quality time with "The Front Page of the Internet," and you'll find it's an essential resource, a self-correcting marketplace of ideas that's nearly impervious to marketers. Simply put, Reddit is a message board wherein users submit links. This type of voting system was popularized by Digg, which launched in late 2004. If you're ready to tap in but not sure where to start, check out our overview below. Live the Reddit Culture If Facebook is your hometown, think of Reddit as a foreign country. That's OK. Reddit is extremely self-referential. Comments are key. Thus, the community can self-regulate in ways that Facebook and Twitter cannot. You won't figure it out on day one. The Front Page and Subreddits Multireddits Image: Reddit Android
Disappearance of Sunil Tripathi Sunil Tripathi Sunil Tripathi was an American student who went missing on 16 March 2013. His disappearance received widespread media attention after he was wrongfully accused on social media as a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. Tripathi had been missing for a month prior to the 15 April 2013 bombings. His body was found on 23 April, after the actual bombing suspects had been officially identified and apprehended. Disappearance Sunil Tripathi, a Brown University undergraduate student, had gone missing on 16 March 2013, having suspended his studies due to bouts of depression. He had left his phone and wallet behind in his student accommodation. Misidentification  The misidentification of Tripathi led to questions in the media about whether the so-called "crowd-sourced investigations" should be prevented in future, citing the harm caused to people like the family of Tripathi, as well as other wrongly-identified suspects who now feared for their safety.
reddit: the front page of the internet Hackons la Constitution Française Il y a quelques mois, j'ai extrait la constitution française en vigueur (du 4 octobre 1958) au format Wiki et je l'ai publiée sur PenFlip : Penflip est une plateforme de rédaction collaborative, (comme un Wiki), qui permet a tout le monde de commenter et de proposer des changements (amendements) sur un document. La version originale est conservée et on peut ainsi étudier et discuter chaque version individuellement. La constitution est le texte fondateur de notre nation. Loin d'être un texte obsolète ou figé, la constitution est vivante : En lisant ce qu'elle contient et ne contient pas, nous pouvons y comprendre notre impuissance politique (celle du peuple), et la défiance (peur?) La constitution devrait mettre en place des contre pouvoir qui nous protégeraient des abus des dirigeants que nous désignons (mandats non renouvelables et non cumulables, rédition des comptes, assemblées de citoyens tirés au sort, etc).
Redmine Debunking the seven myths of email marketing - infographic | Media Network | Guardian Professional Email has long been categorised as a direct marketing tool, which has led to the industry's acceptance of best practices rooted in the belief that marketers must send the right message, to the right person, at the right time. In reality, direct mail and email are very different and it's time that the industry took a step back and question the relevance of accepted industry practices. An ongoing reluctance to adopt new ways of thinking around email has given rise to several myths that for too long have misled marketers on how to execute effective email campaigns. From targeting only the most engaged subscribers, to obsessing about the ideal time of day to hit send, this infographic aims to unveil the truth behind email marketing in 2013. Click on the image above to enlarge the infographic The infographic was created by Alchemy Worx
Gamergate controversy "GamerGate" redirects here. For the type of ant, see Gamergate. For the online video game store, see GamersGate. Gamergate (sometimes referred to as GamerGate or as a hashtag #gamergate) is a controversy in video game culture which began in August 2014 and occurred primarily over social media. The controversy first came to wider attention due to the sustained harassment that indie game developer Zoe Quinn was subjected to after an ex-boyfriend attacked her in a blog post, which had several allegations against her that included one that said she was romantically involved with with Nathan Grayson, a journalist for the video game news site Kotaku. Some Internet users, particularly on 4chan and Reddit, began attacking Quinn under the false assumption that her relationship resulted in favorable media reviews for her recently released game Depression Quest. Background Allegations against Quinn and subsequent harassment Death threats against Sarkeesian and Wu
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