Cyberculture agenda: Global Brands still focus on Facebook… State of Live-Streaming Video… Porn data visualized…

STUDY: Majority of Global Brands Still Focus on Facebook  All Facebook by David Cohen The results of a study by social media analytics provider Quintly on global interaction rates with social networks were no shock: Facebook remains at the top. Beyond Periscope and Meerkat: The State of Live-Streaming Video  All Facebook by Kimberlee Morrison There has been lots … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: Facebook IPO, World?s first Wikipedia town and more..

Monmouthpedia: The World?s first Wikipedia town, is set to go live from The Next Web by Jamillah Knowles The Internet of things is becoming easier to grasp as household appliances, pot plants and other objects are connected to the Internet to let us know more about them or update on environmental changes. Though the appearance … Read more

hell yeah, blogging seems to back;) a cyberculture roundup..

Erkan’s Field Diary has a growth in visit numbers recently. It maybe due to this fact or my personal attempts but in any case blogging seems to be back: After Blogging Died It?s Booming Again? from Daily Blog Tips by Daniel Scocco If you have been following the news about new media and blogging you … Read more

another cyberculture roundup: “Generation C” now; ” Do Not Track” issue; Bradley Manning trial…

Forget Generation Y: 18- to 34-Year-Olds Are Now ?Generation C? from Mashable! by Zoe Fox   HTML Editor Calls HTML5 Video Copy-Protection Proposal ‘Unethical’ from Wired Top Stories by Scott Gilbertson Google, Microsoft, and Netflix have teamed up to propose a copy protection protocol– AKA DRM — for HTML5 video. It’s just a draft right … Read more