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bigbluebutton - Project Hosting on Google Code Welcome! BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system for on-line learning. Our vision is that every student with a web browser should have access to a high-quality on-line learning experience. We intend to make that possible using BigBlueButton. This site is for administrators and developers wanting to install, customize, and develop BigBlueButton. 25 Mind Blowing Social Media Infographics Posted by Michael Duvall in Social Media on Jan 7th, 2010 | 93 responses Inforgraphics, “extensively [used] as tools by computer scientists, mathematicians, and statisticians” , have exploded onto the internet in the last few years. What’s so great about these aesthetic pieces of ‘data reinforced gems’, is their ability to paint a larger picture of what it is the creator is trying to express. With the complexity and explosive growth of social media over the last few years, it’s not hard to see why so many have looked to express this information in a visually appealing manner – not to mention the benefits they provide when putting on a group presentation. The following 25 social media infographics have been reduced in size to allow you to quickly scroll down the page. Each one has been linked to the original and it is highly encouraged that you visit the links to see them in their full size.
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Eight cool social media infographics Yesterday I noticed quite cool infographic being passed around online. Made by the guys at Trendstream, it maps social media access and involvement around the world. I love infographics. I think they’re a smart, creative way of displaying data in a way that’s easy to understand and is engaging.
Posterous vs. Tumblr: A Head to Head In the space between a long-form blog and a short-form Twitter account, there are mini-blog services like Posterous and Tumblr that seek to make blogging much more immediate, support all types of rich media, allow for longer entries if needed, and support short spurts that auto-post to Twitter as well. Once the niche powerhouse dominating this middle space, Tumblr has since seen Posterous, the somewhat unremarkable email-to-blog platform, rise from obscurity, iterate at lightning pace, and start to build up well-deserved web buzz and high profile users. This tumbling and posturing web-aholic has been using both sites for quite some time, so the head-to-head you're about to read is filled with intimate knowledge of both applications. Posting Options
Twitter awareness/engagement ratio: a pillory or a pedestal for I was riffing with Mike Baldwin yesterday about how social media is impacting upon the dynamics of the relationship between awareness and engagement. Mike has said he will blog about this topic at some point, and I look forward to reading it. Our conversation reminded me of a post by David Bradley on SciScoop last November shortly after the launch of Twitter lists wherein David divided the number of lists leading science tweeters were featured in by their follower count in order to derive a ‘Twitter respect ratio for science’. I thought it would be fun to do something similar for pharma. Firstly, the caveats. Media and Political Marketing- There Is No A presumption common to much of the political news coming out the U.S. these days is that voters have rejected party politics to be "independents," and that these voters represent a vast "middle" from which candidates must draw. Good luck with that. I'd argue that these voters have instead migrated to various extremes, and that the only thing they may share in common is an unredeemable distrust and impatience with government. To characterize the political expectations of these extremists as a "middle" of anything other than chaos is a fantasy invention and easy excuse for cable talk show hosts; I think there's something far deeper going on, and it involves the changing way people (voters or consumers) relate to institutions, whether government or business: We seem to be far more interested in what they do wrong than what they do right, and our doubts on their capacity for the latter are matched only by our suspicions of the former.
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