Veille technologique du 7 octobre au 10 octobre

linking is “essential” to online journalism (BBC) – Google teste des voitures sans pilote – Anyone driving the twists of Highway 1 between San Francisco and Los Angeles recently may have glimpsed a Toyota Prius with a curious funnel-like cylinder on the roof. Harder to notice was that the person at the wheel was not […]

Veille technologique du 3 octobre au 8 octobre

New Fuel for Local Papers – Medical Marijuana Ads – – When it hit the streets here last week, the latest issue of ReLeaf, a pullout supplement to The Colorado Springs Independent devoted to medical marijuana, landed with a satisfying thud. Ads like this one have bulked up newspapers in big markets. Forty-eight pages […]

Veille technologique du 28 septembre au 3 octobre

5 Tools for Online Journalism: Factual, Socrata, Google Fusion Tables,Yahoo ! Pipes, OpenHeatMap – The tools represent a renaissance in how we make sense of our information culture. They provide context and meaning to the often baffling world of big data.<br /> <br /> This is a snapshot of what is available. We are relying […]

Conférence de presse RTBF – 30 septembre 2010

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 /> <br /> Sur l’ensemble des visites toutes sources confondues d’un site web d’actualité français, la part moyenne de Facebook en tant […]

Veille technologique du 21 septembre au 22 septembre

Journalists follow their voices, vote with their feet – Yesterday we learned that New York Times economics correspondent Peter Goodman was decamping for HuffPo. “For me it’s a chance to write with a point of view,” Goodman told Howard Kurtz. He described fitting into the Times voice as “almost a process of laundering my own […]

Veille technologique du 13 septembre au 20 septembre

Les sites pour enfants et ados installent 30% de “tracking devices” (cookies & Cie) de plus que les autres (via @manhack) – The Journal examined 50 sites popular with U.S. teens and children to see what tracking tools they installed on a test computer. As a group, the sites placed 4,123 “cookies,” “beacons” and other […]

Veille technologique du 8 septembre au 12 septembre

Forking is a Feature – Anil Dash – Forking is a feature , by @anildash Twitter by the Numbers – RT @BVLG: Twitter by the #s : 800 tweets/sec, 8TB/day, 6B api calls/day – Sulzberger Concedes: "We Will Stop Printing The New York Times Sometime In The Future" – Sulzberger Concedes: "We Will […]

Veille technologique du 5 septembre au 8 septembre

The state of mapping APIs – O’Reilly Radar – The state of mapping APIs Do People Want ‘Amateur Hour’ on Their TVs? – – Do People Want ‘Amateur Hour’ on Their TVs? Blogger Dustin Curtis quotes a Twitter employee saying: "At any moment, Justin Bieber uses 3% of our infrastructure… – RT […]

Veille technologique du 2 septembre au 5 septembre

Technology Review: Blogs: Mims’s Bits: MapRejuice Is SETI@Home on Steroids – MapRejuice Is SETI@Home on Steroids Nicolas Voisin (PDG de 22mars & directeur de la publication de journaliste ou entrepreneur ? [vidéo] | Journaliste & entrepreneur – @NicolasVoisin (PDG 22mars; dir. de publication Journaliste ou Entrepreneur ? , par @couve, via […]