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Le best-of de ma veille sur les nouvelles technos, du 01 au 03 août 2011.

Zéro pointé pour YouTube à l”école du droit d”auteur ? | :: S.I.Lex ::
YouTube a défrayé la chronique cette semaine en retirant à la demande de TF1 pour violation du droit d’auteur le montage " Pernaut au pays des merveilles ", réalisé par le journaliste Bastien Hugues pour critiquer le caractère lénifiant et manipulateur du style du présentateur phare du JT de la première chaîne.
Inside Sports Illustrated: Building a Magazine for the Digital Age
Among magazines, Sports Illustrated has emerged as a leader in the digital age. In addition to its print edition, the title has produced a tablet edition for the iPad every week since it debuted last June and more recently added to its roster weekly editions for Android and webOS tablets.
Diablo III: are official real money auctions a good idea? | Technology | guardian.co.uk
Blizzard is set to introduce a real-money auction house for Diablo III, allowing players to buy and sell in-game goods. A sensible security measure or a slippery slope? If you’re a fan of Blizzard’s action RPG series, you’ll no doubt already have heard: Diablo III is set to feature an auction house in which players are able to buy and sell in-game goods for real money.
Why the Pipes Are Broken in Mobile Advertising | Digital – Advertising Age
Embarking on a mobile ad buy is diving into a dark, deep sea crammed full of startups you’ve likely never heard of: Celtra, Mojiva, Medialets, inMobi, just to name a few.
The Vidiots strategy: From commodities to communities » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism
The Vidiots strategy: From commodities to communities The Times had a noteworthy article in yesterday’s paper, about the approaches independent video rental stores are taking as they battle behemoths like RedBox and Netflix. While many indie shops have simply shut down – R.I.P, Kim’s – others, as the video-world equivalents of Amazon and Walmart encroach on their formerly solid business models, are choosing fight over flight.
Facebook Officially Launches Ads API, Opening Efficient Ad Management Tool Development
Facebook today announced the official launch of Ads API, which allows developers to create tools and services that programmatically create, buy, and manage Facebook ad campaigns. The Ads API had been in limited private beta since late 2009, and has been used by brands via third-party providers to run and optimize multi-million dollar ad campaigns too complex to conducted through Facebook’s self-serve ad tool.
Autodesk Acquires DIY Community Instructables | TechCrunch
Robin Wauters currently works as a staff writer for TechCrunch and lead editor of Virtualization.com. Aside from his professional blogging activities, he’s an entrepreneur, event organizer, occasional board adviser and angel investor but most importantly an all-round startup champion. Wauters lives and works in Belgium, a tiny country in Europe.
Google acquires Dealmap, the missing link between Offers & Maps | VentureBeat
In a strategic no-brainer, Google has acquired The Dealmap, a startup that shows on a Google Maps-powered map just where one might find all the Groupon-like daily deals in one’s geographic area. A Google spokesperson said that while neither company is disclosing the terms of the deal, Google is "impressed with what the Dealmap team has accomplished and excited to welcome them to Google."
Why I Like Media Experiments – Alexis Madrigal – Technology – The Atlantic
Alexis Madrigal – Alexis Madrigal is a senior editor at The Atlantic. He’s the author of Powering the Dream: The History and Promise of Green Technology. More Alexis Madrigal is a senior editor at The Atlantic. He’s the author of Powering the Dream: The History and Promise of Green Technology.
The Impact of Next-Generation Data on the Practice of Journalism – Alexis Madrigal – Technology – The Atlantic
Alexis Madrigal – Alexis Madrigal is a senior editor at The Atlantic. He’s the author of Powering the Dream: The History and Promise of Green Technology. More Alexis Madrigal is a senior editor at The Atlantic. He’s the author of Powering the Dream: The History and Promise of Green Technology.
Rupert’s Worst Nightmare Come True? | Adweek
Here’s Rupert Murdoch’s worst nightmare: Nick Davies, the tenacious investigative reporter for the Guardian who has broken much of the Hackinggate story, comes to the U.S. in search of News Corp. crimes and coverup. Well, it’s come true. Davies arrives in New York today.
Google acquires Dealmap, the missing link between Offers & Maps | VentureBeat
In a strategic no-brainer, Google has acquired The Dealmap, a startup that shows on a Google Maps-powered map just where one might find all the Groupon-like daily deals in one’s geographic area. A Google spokesperson said that while neither company is disclosing the terms of the deal, Google is "impressed with what the Dealmap team has accomplished and excited to welcome them to Google."
Cross Media Consulting : L’actu media web – Pourquoi Twitter fait-il tellement peur à certains journalistes ?
Twitter ou ne pas twitter, telle est désormais la question dans bon nombre de rédactions. Et l’on réclame des chartes, des guides, bref, tout un arsenal car, au fond, beaucoup de journalistes ont la trouille du numérique, des réseaux sociaux en général et de Twitter en particulier. Pourquoi ?
Bloomberg Taps TechStars for TV Show About Startups
At the first ever New York City TechStars demo day in April, there were about as many cameras roaming around as there were startups that had just graduated from the three-month accelerator program. The audience was packed with journalists and investors, but nobody thought to ask why so much video documentation was taking place.
MediaShift Idea Lab . FrontlineSMS: Engaging the Audience to Transform the News | PBS
by Sean McDonald (Bio), August 2, 2011 Tagged: audience, broadcast journalism, frontlinesms, mms, project intros, radio, sms, text message If some projections are correct, the world is only a year or so from a major milestone: some time in 2012, there will be one active mobile phone connection for every person on the planet.
Les pubs sur Internet rapportent désormais plus que dans les journaux | Internet
La Presse Canadienne (Toronto) 02 août 2011 | 19 h 20 Les revenus publicitaires en ligne ont grimpé de 23 pour cent l’an dernier au pays, faisant d’Internet la seconde source de revenus publicitaires, devant les journaux, selon une étude du Bureau de la publicité interactive du Canada (BPIC).
“Community management in the newsroom” – The Guardian”s Laura Oliver at Hack/Hackers London
I”ve said on many occasions that I am genuinely baffled how so many news organisations seem to think they can grow an active community on their website, without investing in any community management. At the Guardian we have several people in a role called “community co-ordinator” who fulfill this remit.
Tom Watson: ‘Phone hacking is only the start. There’s a lot more to come out’ | Politics | The Guardian
A month ago, Tom Watson received word that the Guardian was about to expose the hacking of Milly Dowler’s phone by the News of the World. With 72 hours to go, he cleared his diary; a few days later, he was averaging three hours sleep a night, as he and his staff picked through leaked documents, newspaper archives, personal testimony from phone-hacking victims, and more.
Privacy and social media investigation: how I tracked down an entire family from one tweet | Joanna Geary
Last Saturday I presented to students taking part in the brilliant Young Journalist Academy. The topic was "New Media" (not my title) and the primary aim was to get them up and running with their own blog and learn to publish online.
The Internet Explorer IQ Hoax and the State of Tech Blogging — SiliconFilter
Last Friday, the tech blogosphere was enamored by a study that claimed that Internet Explorer users had a lower IQ than users of other browsers. The study by AptiQuant found that the average IE6 user only scored just over 80 on its IQ test – a test score that is, in terms of real-life accomplishments, generally associated with elementary school dropouts and unskilled workers.