Category Archives: Web

Enter HIP – Human IP address: the Internet of Human Beings

A recent Forbes story has sparkled speculations about IP addresses being assigned to each and every human being. Besides the Science-Fiction scenario, it seems logical to assign to all living human beings an IP address hence bypassing any further IDs, … Continue reading

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A pocketful of early Internet Service Providers greeting packs from 1994.

Digging in my vintage-computer mess, I found this pack from Xmas 1994 – labelled Software ETC.   I barely reminded that a long-time friend, Claudio, brought me this stuff from a trip in the USA – where early Internet was … Continue reading

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10 digital marketing key data about 2013 that will be useful in 2014

From SmartInsights come 10 statistics that show key trends in digital marketing, 10 key questions, 10 quick answers and some more to think about. Here’s my pick of three. Which social networks should we focus on? Which social networks encourage … Continue reading

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Today’s Google Doodle celebrates Doctor Who 50th anniversary with character-based game.

Believe it or not, Doctor Who has been traveling around on TV for half a century, since it was first aired in 1963. 50 years means obviously nothing to a Time Lord as the Doctor… Today Google celebrates the 50th … Continue reading

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SEO is dead, long live good content curation and Social PR – says Forbes

Ken Krogue on Forbes just posted an article that will for sure ignite polemic flaming on the ‘Net. He reports Adam Torkildson, one of the top SEO consultants in Utah and one of the best in the country told him … Continue reading

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Infographic: the whole social media world seen as a prism a German social media consultancy, comes this prism breaking out the social media world into sub-categories. I think it’s great and does a great job of sorting out all social players each by its business area. [Via]

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Social media audience and conventional news: where and how people get and spread the word

The current issue of the Economist features an article aptly titled The people formerly known as the audience. So, what is the future of media, especially news? Where do all news come from (or will)? Surveys in Britain and America … Continue reading

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Google’s Schmidt on Facebook, management failures and regret

Remember Google’s motto “don’t be evil”? Former CEO Eric Schmidt statements may push Big G’s trend towards sanctity a bit further. Remember Buzz, what about Orkut? (besides being popular in South America…) Google leadership and commitment in search market may … Continue reading

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Interactive Periodic Table: a web 2.0 educational resource

The Dynamic Periodic Table bills itself as “The most interactive Web 2.0 periodic table available. Dynamic layouts showing names, electrons, oxidation states, trend visualization, orbitals, isotopes, and instant search. Full descriptions in 30 languages from Wikipedia.” and it’s hard to … Continue reading

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New Facebook data center: energy efficiency, open design standards, room to grow

Facebook unveiled the design of its new Prineville data center outlining features the company says improve efficiency and optimize the facility for social networking. And Facebook said it will share what it’s learned about data center design in hopes of … Continue reading

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