These are my links from July 13th to July 16th:
- Stories & Streams: overcoming the student as consumer mindset through peer-to-peer learning – University of Brighton – Faculty of Arts – @paulbradshaw: Article about a teaching experiment I did: http://t.co/eTx9Ob1w
- Ten ideas from News:Rewired that got me thinking (with tweets) · markjones · Storify – Notes from News Rewired….
from Delicious/network/agow http://www.delicious.com/network/agow
- The Facebook tweak that killed a billion-dollar industry – Fortune Tech – And for brands, content – not a splashy landing page – is the key to the real prize. Even the best Facebook Page, after all, draws only limited traffic (How many people do you know intentionally go to the Coca-Cola (CKE) Page or the Red Bull Page or the Billy Bob's Dry Cleaning Page?). The true objective for brands is to get their updates to show up on users' own walls, in their personal news feeds right next to mom's lasagna recipe and funny cat videos. This is where people actually spend time on Facebook. This is where messages – viewed by our own friends, family and colleagues – have greatest impact and credibility. This is where posts are commented on, shared and reshared and viral effects kick in.
…from Delicious/network/agow http://www.delicious.com/network/agow
- Alan Rusbridger, The Guardian, phone hacking and the future of newspapers – GQ.COM (UK) – from Delicious/network/agow http://www.delicious.com/network/agow – an unlikely source perhaps, but interesting article nevertheless.
- Behind the scenes at the ITV News redesign –
- Ten seriously smart RSS readers, social magazines and aggregator apps | Media news | Journalism.co.uk –