🔗 #GamerGate [Online] Survival Guide | Jon Jones, smArtist

#GamerGate [Online] Survival Guide | Jon Jones, smArtist Here is a quick, streamlined guide on how to keep yourself safe online and make harassing you and tracking you down much more difficult. Two-factor authentication on everything. Password manager for unique, difficult passwords. Install PrivacyFix. Lock down old Facebook posts and adjust your privacy settings. Domain name whois guard. Delete old accounts. Check the internet for your personal information. Use a VPN....

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As ilustrações com teor crítico de Pawel Kuczynski

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Size templates for Twitter images. (via Baixe modelos de imagens para o Twitter )

📺 Everybody’s reachable, by Gary Vaynerchuk

Everybody’s reachable. (by Gary Vaynerchuk ) Interesting left field concept of each business becoming it’s own media company focused on a collateral subject area their target audience is interested in, and not directly about their core business. You’re in the " media business , legal services" … I’m in the " media business , agency/wine" … ( Source: https://www.youtube.com/ )

📜 Everybody is somebody else’s monster

Everybody is somebody else’s monster. Greg Knauss (via An Entirely Other Day: The Empathy Vacuum )

🔗 30 Reasons Why James Blunt Won At Twitter In 2013 | The Poke:

30 Reasons Why James Blunt Won At Twitter In 2013 | The Poke: Marmite pop star James Blunt has been returning perfectly crafted smackdowns at trolls who take a pop at him on Twitter.

🔗 LinkedIn networks

LinkedIn networks: webMethods AMS Solid Reason Inoveno bpost Lisbon tech scene Polo Aquático Personal (via LinkedIn Labs | InMaps – Hugo Ferreira’s professional network)

🔗 Spirit for Twitter

Spirit for Twitter Set your Tweets to disappear with a simple hashtag. “pic.twitter.com/69wl #30m " “In town all day today. #8h " “Code SPRT1 valid for next #7d " Snapchat-style messages for Twitter 🙂

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The most precious commodity is user time (…) Revenue follows user attention, not the other way around; unlike money, there is a finite amount of minutes in the day, and a finite amount of users. To put it another way, attention is a zero sum game (via Instagram Direct, Twitter DMs, and the Social/Communications Map ) This certainly applies to all ad-based businesses, where volume is key! But there are other ways to build successful businesses though…

🔗 “90-9-1” Rule for Participation Inequality: Lurkers vs. Contributors in Internet Communities

“90-9-1” Rule for Participation Inequality: Lurkers vs. Contributors in Internet Communities In most online communities, 90% of users are lurkers who never contribute, 9% of users contribute a little, and 1% of users account for almost all the action.

🔗 Max Schrems: The Austrian Thorn In Facebook’s Side – Forbes

Max Schrems: The Austrian Thorn In Facebook’s Side – Forbes Description of the extent to which Facebook records and keeps information on it’s users, i.e. “nothing is ever deleted”! See also: Facebook Keeps A History Of Everyone Who Has Ever Poked You, Along With A Lot Of Other Data – Forbes

🔗 Twitpic, Twitter, Lockerz, YFrog, Mobypic – good or bad? | Jon Boyes – Photographer – blog

Twitpic, Twitter, Lockerz, YFrog, Mobypic – good or bad? | Jon Boyes – Photographer – blog Unfortunately it’s a huge #FAIL for Twitpic, Twitter and Lockerz and a big #WIN for Mobypicture and Yfrog.

🔗 80 icons of the most popular social media networks

crankyangela : Vector Social Media Icons This free set includes 80 icons of the most popular social media networks on the internet. The icons are designed in 32px and 16px vector format. With the vector format, you can scale the icon to any size to fit with your design or use it in high quality print materials.

📺 Clay Shirky on Cognitive Surplus

[2008] Web 2.0 EXPO Clay Shirky - YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz1HZkaFz1w Clay Shirky talks about “Cognitive Surplus” at the Web 2.0 conference, April 23, 2008. 2000 Wikipedia projects a year, spent watching television (in the US alone) “We’re looking for the mouse”

Vodafone “Update” app for iPhone

A while back, Widgetlabs (makers of Vodafone’s Update app for iPhone) was kind enough to ask about my complaints regarding the Vodafone Update app. Having setup version 2.0 of the app to connect to my Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts, here’s a quick list of my main impressions, in no particular order: Problems Poor timeline management, with several issues: Entries getting frequently out of chronological order, with the most recent ones appended after 1 month old entries, for example....