Posts Tagged ‘social media’

“Social and economic implications of Social Computing

In Cyberculture on November 21, 2009 at 15:38

Social and economic implications of Social Computing

The European Commission JRC, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies
released a comprehensive report on social and economic implications of Social Computing [aka Web2.0, social media].

‘The Impact of Social Computing on the EU Information Society and Economy’
(Eds.) Yves Punie, Wainer Lusoli, Clara Centeno, Gianluca Misuraca and David Broster
Authors: Kirsti Ala-Mutka, David Broster, Romina Cachia, Clara Centeno, Claudio Feijóo, Alexandra Haché, Stefano Kluzer, Sven Lindmark, Wainer Lusoli, Gianluca Misuraca, Corina Pascu, Yves Punie and José A. Valverde

News release:

This wide report covers different thematic areas. In addition to a cross-cutting analysis across areas in
Ch1: Key findings, Future Prospects and Policy Implications

It contains thematic analysis: Read the rest of this entry »

ComScore report’s Turkey section…

In Cyberculture on November 14, 2009 at 19:04

Webrazzi analysesthe ComScore report’s Turkey section (in Turkish). I quote the statistics from the report…


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A success day for Turkish cybersphere

In Blogroll, Cyberculture, Journalism on October 30, 2009 at 15:22

Web based Turkish  journalism sites’ representatives were invited to Presidential reception for the Republic’s 86th anniversary yesterday as note here.

A list of invitees:

Aktif Haber

En Son Haber
Haber Vitrini

Haber X


Süper Poligon
Türk Time


A roundup on journalism and cyberculture follows: Read the rest of this entry »

Looks like a victory for Open Source movement?

In Cyberculture on October 28, 2009 at 20:17

The White House switch to open source: Tim O’Reilly’s thoughts

from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin

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Over the weekend, the White House new media team announced (via AP) that now runs on the open source content management system Drupal. Tim O’Reilly puts this news into context:

A huge roundup on cyberculture follows: Read the rest of this entry »

Yet another e-reader- QUE

In Journalism on October 20, 2009 at 16:11

I have been preparing myself for e-reader age by downloading entire books and many articles everyday. In the mean time, I am looking and waiting for the proper model to begin with. Editors Weblog introduces QUE…

Meet ‘QUE’, Plastic Logic’s soon to be launched e-reader

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Jennifer Lush

que.jpgThe buzz surrounding Plastic Logic‘s highly anticipated e-reader was renewed yesterday with the release of an official name for the device, and more importantly, an official launch date.

And check out other media related stuff:

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Google Wave- the new goody?

In Cyberculture, Journalism on October 4, 2009 at 16:33

It seems that Google offers us a new goody to play with.  I saw some Turkish tech bloggers are using the trial versions and they seem to be happy. Well, I am waiting its arrival. There also a round up follows on cybercultural stuff..

Google Wave closer to breaking

by Jennifer Lush

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for googlewave.jpgThe Google Wave is one step closer to breaking after the announcement that invitations would be sent to some 100,000 developers, business and university customers and first-time users to preview the service.

A ‘wave’, which is a browser-based tool that is ‘shared, live and in equal parts conversation and document’, has created a particular buzz amongst journalists who see the opportunities that combining email, instant messaging and real-time interaction, opens up. It could very well change the way journalists currently work. Read the rest of this entry »