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Twitter To Give You 2 Less Characters When Tweeting Links. 6 December '12, 07:41pm Follow As of February 20th, 2013, you’re going to have two fewer characters to send a message on Twitter when you’re sharing a link.

Twitter To Give You 2 Less Characters When Tweeting Links

The t.co wrapper that Twitter is using to shorten web addresses is lengthening from 20 to 22 reserved characters. This means that any link you share will now take up two more spaces that you could previously use for letters. The HTTP links will go from 20 to 22 and HTTPS (secure) links will go from 21 to 23 characters reserved for the t.co short-linking wrapper on Twitter. Twitter comme élément constitutif d’un journalisme ambiant. Historique des messages Twitter : l'outil de téléchargement se fait attendre. PageCovery. Changez automatiquement la une de vos pages Facebook. When Did You Join Twitter? Mention, un outil de veille efficace par mots clés. Une startup lance un outil de détection des faux profils Facebook. Twitter Bio Generator. Comment Twitter a pris d'assaut les médias en 6 dates.

C'était il y a peine plus d'un an, en septembre 2011.

Comment Twitter a pris d'assaut les médias en 6 dates

Après y avoir fait trois petits tours pendant deux mois, Laurent Joffrin laissait tomber son jugement définitif à propos de twitter : " Twitter, le réseau qui gazouille, est une drôle de volière. Je dois dire franchement, pour le fréquenter depuis deux mois, que j’y ai trouvé peu d’aigles mais beaucoup de linottes, de perroquets et de corbeaux ". Un an après, le patron dela rédaction du Nouvel Obs n'a sûrement pas changé d'avis, ce n'est pas son genre, mais il doit constater comme tout le monde que Twitter a gagné la bataille des médias. Et avec lui les autres réseaux sociaux, Instagram et Facebook en tête. Après avoir conquis les rédactions, les réseaux sociaux se sont aujourd'hui fait une place impressionnante dans les médias eux-même. Les 3 dernières études à découvrir   [France] 54% des internautes sont inscrits sur Facebook….

Les 3 dernières études à découvrir  

La vidéo booste le trafic de l’internet mobile…. 3/4 des Français favorables à l’introduction de la tablette à l’école…. Zoom sur trois nouvelles études. Conditions générales de mystification. Écrites en petits caractères et dans un jargon peu accessible : ce sont les magnifiques "conditions générales d'utilisation" (CGU).

Conditions générales de mystification

Que nous avons ici cartographiées. Un monde de combines et d'hypocrisie. Avec des règles acceptées sans même qu'on y jette un coup d’œil, et supposées protéger nos données privées alors que, souvent, elles les transforment en marchandises. Infographie. Dans les séries américaines, on lit leurs droits avant toute chose aux personnes interpellées par la police. How the Guardian’s community of commentators contributes to the story. A community of commentators provides the Guardian storytelling process with “cross-fertilisation from below the line”, David Shariatmadari, deputy editor of Comment is Free (CiF), the Guardian’s comment, analysis and discussion platform, told readers at the Guardian Open Weekend event today.

How the Guardian’s community of commentators contributes to the story

In a session called “digital revolution: how publishing is becoming collaborative”, Shariatmadari explained how 400 non-Guardian staff are commissioned to contribute to CiF every month. In addition to commissioned commentators, a post-moderated commenting system, and reposting content from niche blogs, the “opening processes” provided by social media results in “unearthing unexpected gems from the readership”. For Newsrooms. Journalists. 20 free tools to evaluate social media. These tools are not for measurement, but instead evaluation.

20 free tools to evaluate social media

They will give you some form of meaningful data to use in reports—plus they don’t cost anything. This is by no means an extensive list. Others exist, but even a few of them together will provide you with meaningful intelligence. Here they are: 1. Gives you stats on websites, including global rank, country rank, number of sites linking in, and good basic audience data, including demographics. 2. Like a lot of services, Amplicate operates a “fermium” model.  Tweet first, verify later? New Fellow's paper online. Nicola Bruno, an Italian journalist specialising in digital media and technology and its effect on journalism, has written a fascinating research paper on how mainstream media used social media in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake in January 2010.

 Tweet first, verify later? New Fellow's paper online

In his study entitled, ‘Tweet first , verify later? How real-time information is changing the coverage of worldwide crisis events’, Nicola looks at how the so-called ‘Twitter effect’ allows mainstream media to provide live coverage without any reporters on the ground, by simply newsgathering user-generated content available online. He aims to answer three key questions: 1. How is the Twitter effect changing the coverage of crisis events around the world? Do user-generated contributions actually help produce more timely and accurate reporting? Download Tweet first, verify later? Back to News. 10 Ways The New York Times Tells Stories Through Reader Content. When looking for inspiration for your own reader-submissions projects, The New York Times’ collection of storytelling tools is a good place to start because they do it so well.

10 Ways The New York Times Tells Stories Through Reader Content

The following examples are ways that The Times have creatively gathered and displayed information submitted by people on the Internet to tell a story. The common thread amongst all of the examples below are that they limit readers to a very specific and thought-provoking theme. 1. Reaction Grid When Osama Bin Laden died, The Times asked readers to plot their emotions about the event on a grid. 2. “The Lives They Loved,” where The New York Times asked readers to submit a photo and story of someone they lost in 2011. 3. For the 2010 election, The Times asked readers to describe, in one word, to describe their current state of mind. 4. The New York Times gives readers a platform for sharing their stories by posting them to their local blog, The City Room. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 . 10.