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Have Viral Social Media Challenges Gone Too Far? | Fast Company

– If I figure out that somebody licked my ice cream. You’re dead to me. (laughs) You’re dead to me. (upbeat music) – Social media viral challenges hit our screens around 2013. With the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Planking. And the Harlem Shake. While those challenges seem to bring people together. And were mostly harmless […]

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How to Design a Corporate Social Network – Marc Ferrentino

Erik: So how has your approach to solving problems that you’re having led you to developing social tools for the enterprise? Marc: So I had worked on the early concepts around before Chatter was Chatter. The concepts of bringing — leveraging social tools into the enterprise to help with collaboration and what do we do […]

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Media Smarts: Kids Learn How to Navigate the Multimedia World

>>Narrator: The average American young person spends more than six and a half hours in front of some sort of screen each day. Surfing the web, watching TV, and playing games.>>Teacher: Okay, when you have a novel–>>Narrator: Yet, most schools treat the written word as the only means of communication worthy of study, and as […]

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E002 No Name Tech Show: Vermont Schools Shared Digital Collection and Google Voice

all right we are back for episode two of the No Name podcast or Tech Show. Right. And we did have some good suggestions okay on Twitter yeah there were there were two “do you even chrome” which I thought was pretty funny and then I can’t remember the second one but I think we […]

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How Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google manipulate our emotions | Scott Galloway

[This talk contains graphic language Viewer discretion is advised] So, this is the first and the last slide each of my 6,400 students over the last 15 years has seen. I do not believe you can build a multibillion-dollar organization unless you are clear on which instinct or organ you are targeting. Our species has […]

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