Damien Van Achter


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Développeur éditorial chez 22Mars - J'essaye d'entretenir des conversations qui ont un peu de sens. Mes opinions et retweets n'engagent que moi.



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Docs en Stock (S06E01)

by davanac

Compilation subjective, et non exhaustive, d'articles qui ont nourri ma veille technologique, du 17 au 24 juillet 2011.
Flipboard Kicks Off Its First Advertising Program With Condé Nast | paidContent
Users who follow The New Yorker magazine's Twitter and Facebook stream through iPad social reader Flipboard will start noticing advertising as part of the mix. The ads, beginning with a campaign by American Express, are part of a deal with the magazine's publisher, Condé Nast, which will be working with Flipboard on ads for Wired and Bon Appétit and other titles over the course of the year.
Tablets Give E-Commerce a Real-World Feel -
When people feel like shopping, they are increasingly pulling out iPads and other tablets, so much so that shopping on tablets could someday outpace shopping on smartphones and even computers. That is the conclusion of a report by Forrester Research that is to be published Monday, based on a joint survey with Bizrate Insights.
Africa's mobile economic revolution | Technology | The Observer
Earlier this month, on a short bus ride through the centre of Kampala, I decided to carry out an informal survey. Passing through the Ugandan capital's colourful and chaotic streets, I would attempt to count the signs of the use of mobile phones in evidence around me.
Who OWNS Facebook? The Definitive Who's Who Guide to Facebook Wealth
A Massinvestor, Inc. Michael Stern, Editor Michael Phuong, Associate EditorCopyright 2011, All Rights Reserved Information was obtained primarily from press releases, Wikipedia, and The Facebook Effect by David Kirkpatrick. All wealth figures are
A Norwegian Tragedy That Unfolded On The Web - Arik Hesseldahl - News - AllThingsD
July 22, 2011 at 4:45 pm PT What's being described as the most violent day in Norway since the Second World War unfolded today for so many via social media. Having seen early reports concerning an afternoon bombing attack outside government offices in Oslo, I sought out news outlets such as local broadcaster NRK to see if any live footage was coming from the scene.
Exclusive: News Corp executive suspected of orchestrating leak | Reuters
LONDON | Fri Jul 22, 2011 1:44pm EDT LONDON (Reuters) - A leading private investigations firm said it had strong reason to suspect that Will Lewis, a senior executive of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, was involved in "orchestrating" a leak of material from a competing news organization which helped Murdoch's business interests.
YouTube Executives Discuss Livestream of Lollapalooza and Sound Like TV Programmers | Adweek
YouTube may be a technology company at heart, but more and more it speaks the language of traditional TV programmers. The site is unveiling a new deal today with sponsors Dell and AMD to live stream two music festivals: Lollapalooza, during the first week in August, and Austin City Limits in mid-September.
The newsonomics of U.S. media concentration » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
The rise and potential fall of Rupert Murdoch is a hell of a story. Is it just imported theater, though? We have to wonder how much the cries of "media monopoly" will cross the Atlantic. Is there much resonance here in the States for the outrage about media power in the U.K.?
BBC - The Editors: Investigative journalism and breaking the rules
The phone-hacking scandal has put investigative journalism in the dock. Yet without investigative journalism - and in particular the meticulous work of one investigative journalist, Nick Davies, of the Guardian - it's a scandal that would have never seen the light of day.
Ars Technica tries a new way to monetize a much-anticipated article with a Kindle ebook for Mac fans » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
It by now nearly qualifies as an ancient ritual in the tech world: Apple releases a new version of Mac OS X, and Ars Technica's John Siracusa delivers a comprehensive, almost scriptural, review of it. A Siracusa review is meticulous, esoteric, thoughtful — and long.
Hollywood enterre une étude qui démontre que les pirates sont de bons clients
Une étude qui démontrait que les utilisateurs d'un site de liens de streaming étaient en fait de meilleurs consommateurs de biens culturels que les autres a été enterrée par son commanditaire, qui espérait le résultat inverse. Régulièrement, depuis une décennie, l'industrie culturelle répète à l'envi ce qui semble logique au quidam : pirater c'est voler.
More Than Two-Thirds of Google+ Activity Is Private - Liz Gannes - Social - AllThingsD
July 21, 2011 at 10:58 am PT While following the activity of tech industry folks and celebrities on Google+ might lead you to believe that Google's new social network is a sort of long-form Twitter, where users pontificate for a public audience, Google says that's not the case.



Boulin, le fantôme de la Ve République - Edition d'ebook, Pulp et livres numériques - OWNI Shop
Voici l'histoire d'un exploit. Comment, dans la France des années 70, un ministre en exercice du gouvernement français a été liquidé, à l'issue d'un règlement de comptes dans son propre camp politique. L'affaire se déroule en 1979.

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DON’T ASK: Questions On Facebook Aren’t So Engaging
This contradicts what many engagement theorists have suggested: Asking questions in a Facebook post garners 23 percent fewer responses from fans than posts that don't ask anything. So concludes Momentus Media after analyzing over 10,ooo status updates - 2,608 of them included a question mark, while 8,329 did not.
Pentagon Set To Track Social Media -
Doubt the power of social media? The Pentagon doesn't. A new project from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency focuses on social media tracking. It's possible you haven't heard of The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). They are a secretive agency within the United States Department of Defense whose "mission is to maintain the technological superiority of the U.S.
A real-time, geotagged Flickr map? Here’s how. - 10,000 Words
By Lauren Rabaino on July 19, 2011 1:39 PM When reporters are in the field with their smartphones and they have a story to tell where both photo and location are vital, a stream of Flickr photos imported into a Google Map will do the trick.
How To Use Google+ For Breaking News - 10,000 Words
By Elana Zak on July 18, 2011 3:13 PM Google+ is the newest social media network on the block and, as we chronicled last week, there's a lot of innovative ways it can help a reporter with their individual beat. But what about when it comes to breaking news, when the whole news team is helping cover a story?
Scribd Creates a Paid News Site -
Relatively few people are willing to pay for an online newspaper or magazine. But what if they could pay a monthly fee for a vast library of news, like Netflix's subscription service for movies? Scribd, a Web site that lets users share reports, personal stories and recipes, revealed plans on Tuesday to do just that.
All of our data journalism in one spreadsheet | News |
All the data we have reported including all spreadsheets, authors, number of comments and retweets
Le câble belge va s'ouvrir -
Les régulateurs télécoms et médias belges poursuivent leur plan d’ouverture des réseaux de câblodistributeurs comme Telenet et Voo aux services de tiers. De son côté, Belgacom sera également tenue d’autoriser une offre de télévision alternative via le réseau VDSL.
Dell wants to use Google+ Hangouts for customer service — Online Video News
Dell could soon use Google's new group video chat platform Google+ Hangouts as an alternative to the traditional customer service call, according to the company's chairman and CEO, Michael Dell. Hangouts has been hailed as the next big killer app, and Michael Dell is obviously a fan as well.
Asking Twitter To Commit Suicide With A Google+ Dagger | TechCrunch
Sometimes, it's easy for power users to get drunk on that power. I'm as guilty of this as anyone. When I constantly bitch that my Gmail account is SO DAMN SLOW, I forget that I also have a full 20 GB of email — something which Google PR always kindly reminds me.

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