Veille technologique du 23 septembre au 28 septembre

  • Etude AT: Facebook génère en moyenne 1,3% du trafic des sites d’infos français – Pour réaliser cette étude, nous avons considéré 12 grands sites web d’actualité français mesurés par une solution AT Internet.<br />
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    Sur l’ensemble des visites toutes sources confondues d’un site web d’actualité français, la part moyenne de Facebook en tant qu’affluent est de 1.3% du 6 au 12 septembre 2010, tandis qu’elle est de 0.1% pour Twitter :
  • Microsoft ferme sa plate-forme de blogs et migre vers WordPress.com – Microsoft and WordPress just announced that WordPress.com will become the default blogging platform for Windows Live. Live Spaces' 30 million users will have six months to migrate their blogs over to WordPress.com and the two companies will offer a number of tools that should make this migration very easy.
  • Pub sur Twitter: aussi via Tweetdeck, Hootsuite, etc. – Twitter plans in November to take its ads beyond Twitter.com and extend them to the rest of the user base through apps such as TweetDeck and Hootsuite.
  • Old Media Must Deliver Digital Experiences Consumers Demand – Great Speculations – Buys, holds, and hopes – Forbes – What is the new reality for dealing with a digital world? If content is king, then there’s a new emperor in town: the digital experience. The business of selling content has now become the business of delivering audiences.
  • Google suggest : le directeur de la publication condamné en France pour diffamation – Le TGI de Paris apporte une nouvelle pierre à l’édification de la jurisprudence sur la fonction Google Suggest avec ce nouveau jugement du 8 septembre 2010. Le tribunal a condamné le directeur de la publication de Google.fr et Google Inc. pour diffamation et il a ordonné au premier de prendre toutes les mesures pour supprimer les suggestions et propositions litigieuses apparaissant sur « Google suggest » et sur « Recherches associées » lorsque les internautes saisissent comme requête sur le moteur de recherche « X bella », sous astreinte de 500 euros par manquement constaté et par jour.
  • OWNI : Horloger de l’information, par @nicolasvoisin – Avez-vous déjà acheter "de l'heure" ? Et pourtant l'économie de l'horlogerie a toujours su en tirer profit. Cette allégorie qui nous est chère est prétexte à un bilan d'étape : voici une photo, ou radio, de la Soucoupe /-)
  • @Loic Le Meur, Microsoft and the sound of wedding bells – Telegraph – "BizSpark One is brilliant," says Le Meur. "It's like a concierge service for start-ups. If something's difficult or time-consuming, they help us get the job done quickly by connecting us to just the right person within Microsoft. I don't know of another company of this size with a start-up program this good. I always quote BizSpark as an example of how corporates should talk to start-ups."
  • Zynga signing biggest S.F. office lease in years – "Zynga on Friday was putting the last touches on the biggest new office lease in San Francisco in nearly five years, finalizing a long-anticipated deal that underscores the social-gaming company's phenomenal growt"
  • New York Times Integration with International Herald Tribune Attracts Big Global Online Audience – Last year, the Web sites of The New York Times and the Times-owned International Herald Tribune were combined to become the Global Edition of the Times. <br />
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    Today, the home page of the integrated site registers some 800,000 daily page views, according to Denise Warren, General Manager of the NYTimes.com
  • The second great migration to new media – Back in the Internet bubble days of the late 1990s, lots of journalists decamped from traditional news organizations to start or join dot-com companies. The early few were the real pioneers; as the decade wore on the people who bailed out of mainstream news organizations — which were doing well financially at the time but didn't offer stock options except to a tiny number of senior people — were folks who in many cases saw a gravy train and decided to jump on it

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