Autrefois marginalisée, la culture Geek est rapidement rentrée dans les normes. Décryptage d'une mode souvent méconnue. J’en parlais il y a quelques jours : le geek est devenu, depuis quelques années, une figure d’une force et d’une légitimité peu commune.
Kinetic Typography: Generation and Application of Affective, Animated Text ï»¿ Zhiquan Yeo firstname.lastname@example.org Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University Introduction Text in its written form is less expressive than the spoken word or film, as it loses emotional content and paralinguistic cues such as pitch, tone of voice and even body language.
In the past three weeks, almost 10,000 Facebook users have "liked" this brief clip of the world's cutest dog playing with a chew toy. Coincidence? Or spot-on calculations leading to a viral sensation? How videos get passed around the web — in other words, how they "go viral" like the latest strain of influenza — is more a science than an art. Certainly, creativity is a factor; but there are also tried-and-true formulas for online video success. How Videos Go Viral [INFOGRAPHIC]
Posted in Tech blog on January 12th, 2011 by Pingdom What happened with the Internet in 2010? How many websites were added? How many emails were sent? How many Internet users were there? This post will answer all of those questions and many, many more.