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O tempo social é influenciado pela linguagem que restringe e fixa conceitos prévios e modos de pensar – uma defesa do tempo, Harold Innis

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New York Times turns readers into beta testers with Test Drive

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The experimental projects, produced by the Times’ beta620, will allow readers to test new ideas before they’re ready for global launch. First up: new search and accessibility features.

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How to Put a Waitress Out of Work > Policy Blog > Institute for Policy Innovation

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How to Put a Waitress Out of Work > Policy Blog > Institute for Policy Innovation http://t.co/WXqHzggR...

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The top 5 questions to prepare for Cloud Computing

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Are you currently using Cloud Computing?
What considerations did you make before using the service? 
Maybe you are thinking about using a Cloud Computing service but are unsure whether it is right for you?

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Transversais

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O presente que o scoop.it me deu nesta manhã de sexta-feira, primeiro de junho.

Um bioma de boas fontes do novo ecossistema da informação!

 

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What Kind of Social Media Superhero Are You? [Infographic] – SocialTimes

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no caminho dos profissionais de informação (quiça, no dos jornalistas que não se mumizaram)
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The one chart that should scare the hell out of print media | Poynter.

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media: where people spend their time and where advertisers spend their money:
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What is it that journalists do? It can’t be reduced to just one thing

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Journalism is many good things, but it’s going to be a different set of good things in each time, place, and circumstance.
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Journalism Reloaded – What journalists need for the future | Online Journalism Blog

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Em um mundo onde não está claro para onde estamos indo, os #jornalistas precisam de habilidades completamente novas

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A Ring of Fire: The 2012 Annular Eclipse

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Yesterday, the Moon passed between the Sun and Earth, casting its shadow from China to North America…

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Facebook: a tale of two media models

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the future is coming and we have somehow convinced ourselves that forward-thinking technology companies, by learning so much more about people’s behavior and habits and knowing more about them than they do themselves, will somehow, with undreamed-of efficiency, sell them something. And these social media savants will be able to do this without having to rely on the much more mysterious and hit-and-miss process of producing good stories.

Perhaps. Just don’t call it media.

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The Facebook Fallacy – Technology Review

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For all its valuation, the social network is just another ad-supported site. Without an earth-changing idea, it will collapse and take down the Web.

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Confins

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O sertão exercia, sobre aquela gente, a
mesma atração que exerceu o mar para seus pais ou avós portugueses.

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