Les bons liens de la veille ( 3 novembre au 7 novembre )

Voici quelques articles dont la pertinence/l’intérêt m’ont marqué au cours des derniers jours. Faites-en bon usage ! 🙂

  • La première voiture sous Creative Commons, Open Source et crowd-sourced. Via @Calimaq – Chacun des éléments de cet engin au look de chasseur TIE est placé en Open Source de manière à ce que quiconque puisse les modifier, les améliorer et proposer des variantes, sans être entravé par les règles de la propriété industrielle.Son développement est assuré par une communauté de membres, dont Local Motors stimule la créativité en organisant régulièrement des concours récompensés par des prix pour améliorer tel ou tel aspect du véhicule.
  • Les réseaux sociaux tissent des liens bien réels (Pew Research Center) – Adieu préjugé de l’internaute socialement incapable, isolé derrière l’écran de son ordinateur ! Les technologies tendent au contraire à réveiller l’animal social qui sommeille en chacun de nous, révèle une étude du très sérieux Pew Research Center.
  • ABC Site to Add ‘Social’ Tool for Online Video – ABC is introducing a new feature aimed at encouraging viewers who stream their favorite shows online to make the experience more social.This Saturday (Nov. 4), the network will launch ABC Social: Episode Commentary on ABC.com. The new tool allows Web viewers to add their two cents by commenting on the show in an adjacent window to the left of the site’s video viewer. Users can log in to this feature using their Facebook accounts and can instantly share their personal commentary with their Facebook friend circles if they so choose.
  • EBay Starts a Fashion Magazine – eBay is unveiling The Inside Source, an online magazine about fashion trends, written and edited by glossy magazine writers and pitching the trendiest items for sale on eBay.The new site is for the shopper “who is sophisticated, has a sensibility about fashion and lifestyle and may be familiar with eBay but maybe not the full extent of everything it has to offer,” said Meredith Barnett, the site’s editorial director. For example, clothes and furniture that are “flea market chic,” as Ms. Barnett describes it, are popular right now, but people may not think of eBay as the place to find them.
  • ABC Site to Add ‘Social’ Tool for Online Video – ABC is introducing a new feature aimed at encouraging viewers who stream their favorite shows online to make the experience more social.This Saturday (Nov. 4), the network will launch ABC Social: Episode Commentary on ABC.com. The new tool allows Web viewers to add their two cents by commenting on the show in an adjacent window to the left of the site’s video viewer. Users can log in to this feature using their Facebook accounts and can instantly share their personal commentary with their Facebook friend circles if they so choose.
  • EBay Starts a Fashion Magazine – eBay is unveiling The Inside Source, an online magazine about fashion trends, written and edited by glossy magazine writers and pitching the trendiest items for sale on eBay.The new site is for the shopper “who is sophisticated, has a sensibility about fashion and lifestyle and may be familiar with eBay but maybe not the full extent of everything it has to offer,” said Meredith Barnett, the site’s editorial director. For example, clothes and furniture that are “flea market chic,” as Ms. Barnett describes it, are popular right now, but people may not think of eBay as the place to find them.
  • The New York Times – Innovation Portfolio – Une très belle présentation de l’étendue des activités du NYT en ligne, à destination des annonceurs.
  • The City of Toronto’s official data set catalogue – The City of Toronto’s official data set catalogue – beta version. Access City data, get information about City data and the City’s OpenTO initiative and give us feedback.
    The City of Toronto is committed to open, accessible and transparent government.
  • Many Eyes: Data Vizualisation – Un site qui propose des sets de data et des graphiques à générer sur base de données qu el’on peut soi-même envoyer … à creuser
  • A new way of looking at the world – (via @EricScherer ) – « Specialists from scientists to accountants have been dealing with data for decades, » said Martin Wattenberg, a researcher at IBM’s Center for Social Software. « What’s new is that there’s a whole lot more data of relevance to consumers.
    « At the same time, people are generating a whole lot of data themselves. »
    There are several reasons why we’re seeing more data visualization in popular culture and why it’s becoming simpler and more innovative, experts say.
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