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The Perfect Pinterest

This is an interesting infographic about the perfect post on Google+, Facebook & Twitter.

Perfect Post InfographicSource : mycleveragency.com

The Top 4 Ways to Use Social Media to Earn Links

Here is an interesting article (and video) about social media and the top ways to earn links.

Using Social Media to Earn LinksAccording to Rand Fishkin from moz.com the top 4 ways to earn links are:

  1. Use interactions that earns links
  2. Search link-likely targets
  3. Post content that will capture target’s attention
  4. Earn high engagement, interactions

Full article and video at http://moz.com/blog/the-top-4-ways-to-use-social-media-to-earn-links-whiteboard-friday.

Image source : moz.com.

Your Online Life, Permanent as a Tattoo

In this interesting TED video we take a look into our digital lives, the Internet, tattoos and privacy.

What if Andy Warhol had it wrong, and instead of being famous for 15 minutes, we’re only anonymous for that long?

In this short talk, Juan Enriquez looks at the surprisingly permanent effects of digital sharing on our personal privacy. He shares insight from the ancient Greeks to help us deal with our new “digital tattoos.”

What most schools don’t teach

This video is about “coding”.

“Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer … because it teaches you how to think” – Steve Jobs

Learn about a new “superpower” that isn’t being taught in 90% of US schools.
Starring Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, will.i.am, Chris Bosh, Jack Dorsey, Tony Hsieh, Drew Houston, Gabe Newell, Ruchi Sanghvi, Elena Silenok, Vanessa Hurst, and Hadi Partovi. Directed by Lesley Chilcott.

How to separate fact and fiction online

In this TED talk we get an insight into separating fact from fiction in the today online media.

By the end of this talk, there will be 864 more hours of video on YouTube and 2.5 million more photos on Facebook and Instagram. So how do we sort through the deluge?

At the TEDSalon in London, Markham Nolan shares the investigative techniques he and his team use to verify information in real-time, to let you know if that Statue of Liberty image has been doctored or if that video leaked from Syria is legitimate.

 

Are Cell Phones Replacing Reality?

Are we using the phone less for talking and more the “other stuff”(applications, games, internet, twitter, emails, etc) ?

Are mobile phones shaping a different reality for us?

Can you live without your phone?

We’ve all become pretty attached to our cellular devices: it’s a GPS, a camera, a game console, a social media portal… and half a million other things, all in our pocket! From concerts to meals to our pets, we process and experience the world through our phone. But as we see in so many mobile phone ads, the representations of these moments (whether its instagrams, foursquare check ins or Facebook shares) seem to be taking over and replacing the experience itself. In this brave new world is the mobile phone a tool, or a filter through which we experience a new reality?

How social media can make history

As a follow-up to my last post about Twitter and the impact on journalism, in this video from TEDEd we find out more about the impact of social media.

While news from Iran streams to the world, Clay Shirky shows how Facebook, Twitter, and TXTs help citizens in repressive regimes report on real news, bypassing censors (however briefly). The end of top-down control of news is changing the nature of politics.

The beauty of data visualization

How important is data visualization ?

David McCandless turns complex data sets, like worldwide military spending, media buzz, and Facebook status updates, into beautiful, simple diagrams that tease out unseen patterns and connections. Good design, he suggests, is the best way to navigate information glut — and it may just change the way we see the world.

 

Is Facebook Changing Our Identity?

How is Facebook changing us ?

The next video from PBS Idea Channel dives into this.

Good old Facebook. With 955,000,000 worldwide users, it seems like just about everyone makes use of the social media giant to connect with friends, share photos, and update everyone they’ve ever met since grade school about their dinner plans. But what you may not realize is that Facebook’s new timeline layout is enhancing the ability to construct our self-identity by super-charging our memory. Philosophers have been arguing about the link between identity and memory since John Locke first proposed the idea in the 17th Century, but human memory has always been deeply flawed and limited. Now with Facebook’s incredibly easy interface and ability to remember anything and everyone we want, people have a whole new way to understand their past and thus understand themselves!