Cyberculture agenda: How social media affect US voters… HTML5 is ready…

STUDY: How Facebook, Other Social Networks, Mobile Devices Affect the U.S. Voter  All Facebook by David Cohen How Wikipedia Data Is Revolutionising Flu Forecasting  MIT Technology Review Epidemiologist want to forecast disease like meteorologists forecast rain. And the way people browse Wikipedia could be the key, they say. HTML5 is now final and ready for prime time, says … Read more

A cyberculture roundup: William Gibson on Twitter,Twitter Surrenders OCW proster’s data, Clouds and more…

William Gibson on Twitter, Antique Watches and Internet Obsessions from Wired Top Stories by Geeta Dayal William Gibson once spent nearly five years studying the complexities of watchmaking, indulging in the accumulation of knowledge for its own sake. “I wanted to grow my own otaku-like obsession,” he said in a phone interview with Wired. Part … 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

Cyberculture roundup: Understanding Twitter’s country-specific basis blocking; Pew Report on Tablet and E-book reader Ownership and more…

Twitter caves to global censorship, will block content on country-specific basis as required by Xeni Jardin   EFF: “What Does Twitter?s Country-by-Country Takedown System Mean for Freedom of Expression?” by Xeni Jardin What Does Twitter?s Country-by-Country Takedown System Mean for Freedom of Expression? from Updates by eva Yesterday, Twitter announced in a blog post … Read more

10. bölüm: @sosyalkafa videoları yayında…

    bir 2011 değerlendirmesi yaptık genel olarak. başta, ?2011’in yeniliklerinden HTML 5’i, Bedük’ün klibini Türkiye’nin ilk HTML5 klibini lanse eden 41? 29!’dan Alemşah Öztürk ile dinledik… Deniz Ergürel, 2011 en iyi iPhone uygulamalarından bahsetti… Sernur Yassıkaya 2011’de uluslararası siyaset ve sosyal medya ilişkisini anlattı…

EFF’s focus on the booming business of Network censorship and surveillance… a Cyberculture roundup…

Documenting Tools for Beating Internet Censorship from Updates by schoen Network censorship and surveillance is a booming business. Censorship schemes continue to fragment the Internet and new censorship proposals are constantly introduced around the world, including in liberal democracies. (Lately governments have gotten fascinated by the idea of forcing ISPs to censor particular sites … Read more

A journalism roundup: Al Jazeera’s campaigns “To Bring Broadcast To U.S. etc…

Al Jazeera Launches Twitter & Meetup Campaigns To Bring Broadcast To U.S. from Mashable! by Sarah Kessler Julian Assange on Wikileaks’ relationship with the international media from Editors Weblog – all postings by Federica Cherubini A story of a relationship fraught with suspicion and tension emerged from an interview with Julian Assange about his organisation’s … Read more

?Augmented Reality Invades Newsrooms?

Augmented Reality Invades Newsrooms, Kids’ Shows, Ads from MediaShift You point your wireless device — cell phone, iPad, whatever — at a graphic on a box of unassembled furniture and then the instructions, complete with 3-D diagrams, instantly appear on-screen. Point at a piece of paper and it’s suddenly a game board shared by friends … Read more

“101 Free Alternatives to Commonly Used Paid Software” and a roundup

Social Networks Are Not Killing Our Social Lives [STATS] from Mashable! by Brenna Ehrlich How the iPad is Transforming Web Design HOW TO: Optimize Your Social Media Marketing Strategy On MySpace?s New Strategy from Mashable! by Ben Parr Microsoft Shifts From Silverlight to HTML5 from Mashable! by Christina Warren When Are Facebook Users Most Active? … Read more

A video (and cyberculture roundup): Know Your Meme: Challenging a YouTube Take Down with Fair Use

The Rocketboom Institute for Internet Studies explains how YouTube makes it easy to dispute a wrongful copyright claim. For more information on the YouTube takedown process, visit the Electronic Frontier Foundation at For more on Fair Use in Online Video see the Center for Social Media at To read more about the Hitler … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: “10 Types Of People Who Try To Quit Facebook? And Fail

Facebook sends more traffic to broadcast sites than to newspaper sites

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Maria Conde

10 Types Of People Who Try To Quit Facebook? And Fail

from All Facebook by Neil Vidyarthi

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