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Apprendrelefrancaisfle - La formation e-learning en français et bureautique

Apprendrelefrancaisfle - La formation e-learning en français et bureautique

APRONO FORMATION Powerful Groups for the New Social Era 5 sites pour Convertir des fichiers dans tous les formats imagin La conversion de fichiers est de plus en plus pratiquée du fait qu’avec le temps de nouveaux formats apparaissent. Avec cette sélection de 7 sites il est possible de faire à peu près toutes les conversions classiques en ligne, sans logiciel et gratuitement pour un usage « domestique ». Disons qu’ils permettront de réaliser 99% des besoins. Zamzar est le vétéran dans la conversion universelle de fichier. La liste est longue et récemment Zamzar a ajouté la fonction de conversion de texte en mp3 (anglais seulement). cameleon zamzar Freefileconvert.com Ce site permet de faire à peu près la même chose que le premier site, mais il faudra attendre la conversion sur le site lui même car il ne fournit pas d’alerte par email. Sélectionnez déjà la langue française pour vous faciliter la tâche. Avec les rubriques, il est facile de choisir quel type de catégorie de fichier il est possible de convertir (audio, vidéo, image, document, ebook, compression (archive), et hash (cryptage)

Quora: Una Red Social para responder tus preguntas Durante el último mes se ha hablado muchísimo de la nueva sensación en Social Media: Quora. Algunos hasta la han calificado como el nuevo Twitter. Quora es una red social basada en un esquema sencillísimo: tú escribes una pregunta, sobre cualquier tema o área de conocimiento y casi de inmediato puedes recibir respuestas de otros usuarios desde prácticamente cualquier parte del mundo. Estrictamente hablando Quora no es nueva, fue creada a finales de 2009 por el ex CTO de Facebook Adam D’Angelo y Charlie Cheever creador del Facebook Connect; se había mantenido en versión beta, accesible sólo por medio de invitación hasta diciembre pasado. Una vez abierta y en gran parte gracias al impulso de un post de Robert Scoble Quora saltó a la fama. ¿Cómo funciona Quora? ¿Por qué tanto ruido sobre Quora? ¿Tiene alguna desventaja? La clasificación de las respuestas se basa en los votos de los miembros, más que en la relevancia basada en algoritmos, como lo hace Google.

Rumours rumours... Yahoo Closing Buzz, Traffic APIs – Maybe Delicious & AltaVista News is traveling fast about a leaked slide from a Yahoo “all hands” meeting earlier this week that listed several products — including Delicous and AltaVista — to be “sunsetted.” Yahoo confirms that Yahoo Buzz will be closed, as will the Traffic APIs. Delicious seems likely to go, too. Here’s the statement we received from Yahoo: Part of our organizational streamlining involves cutting our investment in underperforming or off-strategy products to put better focus on our core strengths and fund new innovation in the next year and beyond. I asked again if this included Delicious and was told: We’re not commenting on Delicious specifically at this point. The Sunset Slide The news appears to have been broken first by Eric Marcoullier, who tweeted out a picture from an internal slideshow that was given to Yahoo employees: You can see a larger version of this here. Can’t wait to find out how you got the web cast. Goodbye To Yahoo Buzz So Long, AltaVista & AllTheWeb See You, MyBlogLog

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Facebook as a Learning Platform Facebook seems to be coming up everywhere the past few weeks. The most recent, which finally got me to post, was a Stephen Downes post - I'm Majoring in Facebook, How about You? He points us to a Fortune Magazine article that describes a Stanford class being offered by BJ Fogg that studies Facebook as a platform: "Facebook is the most convenient and respectable way to feel connected to friends, get updated on existing friends, find new people, build relationships and express identities." Students, however, seem more interested in cashing out. "I want to build a really cool app and then sell it for some amount of money," says Jennifer Gee, a 21-year-old computer science graduate student. The class has each student creating applications in Facebook and presenting to potential investors. Why is Facebook so hot right now? Facebook is a pretty simple application with fairly standard social network functionality. It's mostly some pretty simple activities. So, why is it hot?

Daniel Solove Daniel J. Solove is the John Marshall Harlan Research Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School. He is a Senior Policy Advisor at Hogan Lovells. Professor Solove is co-reporter of the American Law Institute's Restatement of Information Privacy Principles. An internationally known expert in privacy law, Solove has been interviewed and quoted by the media in several hundred articles and broadcasts, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Chicago Tribune, the Associated Press, ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, and NPR. He has written 9 books and more than 50 law review articles in the Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal, Stanford Law Review, Columbia Law Review, NYU Law Review, Michigan Law Review, U. Professor Solove has testified before Congress, has contributed to amicus briefs before the U.S. His book, The Future of Reputation, won the 2007 McGannon Award.

Wall.fm - Social Network Builder | Create Social Network Free BlogRadio – Aggrégateur RSS qui transforme un flux en podcast | par Sylvain BlogRadio est une application gratuite qui permet de convertir un flux RSS textuel en un podcast audio. L’idée est amusante est intéressante à la fois, le fait de pouvoir « écouter » un flux RSS plutôt que de le lire. BlogRadio fonctionne grâce à Adobe Air, ce qui sous entend que ça tourne sur tourne les plateformes linux, Windows et Mac. Une fois l’installation effectuée, il suffit d’ajouter ses flux RSS préférés, (pas d’import possible, c’est dommage) et BlogRadio les convertira en podcasts. à découvrir ici :

Is Yahoo Shutting Down Del.icio.us? [Update: Yes] For a couple of days now, we’ve been hearing rumors that the Yahoo layoffs included the entire Delicious team. Now Former Yahoo employee and Upcoming founder Andy Baio has tweeted out the above Yahoo! product team meeting slide that seems to show that Yahoo! is either closing or merging the social bookmarking service as well as Upcoming, Fire Eagle, MyBlogLog and others. In some kind of weird founder solidarity, the slide was originally posted on Twitter by MyBlogLog founder Eric Marcoullier. Listed under the ominous “Sunset” are: Delicious, Altavista, MyBlogLog, Yahoo! Under “Merge” are: Upcoming, FoxyTunes, Sideline, FireEagle, Yahoo Events and Yahoo People Search. It also looks like sundry Yahoo properties like Yahoo Deals and Yahoo Calendar will be made into features. Delicious, MyBlogLog and Upcoming have been somewhat neglected since being acquired by Yahoo and founders Joshua Schachter, Marcoullier and Baio have all moved on to do other (more successful) things.

Ning Fails at Free Social Networking | Epicenter Ning co-founder Marc Andreessen promised Ning network creators they would be able to port their networks elsewhere. Now, they may have good reason to do so. Ning, a brainchild of Netscape bazillionaire Marc Andreessen that was designed to let anyone make a social network about anything for free, won’t do it anymore. So much for “free” as the future of business — as far as Ning goes, anyway. “Our premium Ning networks like Friends or Enemies, Linkin Park, Shred or Die, Pickens Plan, and tens of thousands of others … drive 75 percent of our monthly U.S. traffic, and those network creators need and will pay for many more services and features from us,” wrote Ning CEO Jason Rosenthal in an e-mail to his 40-percent-reduced employees this week: We are going to change our strategy to devote 100 percent of our resources to building the winning product to capture this big opportunity. “We are very pro–data portability,” Andreessen told John Batelle of Federated Media back in 2008. See Also:

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