Chris Messina, le parrain du “hashtag”

Chris Messina, actuellement évangéliste chez Google, n’est pas un utilisateur ordinaire de Twitter, et se qualifie lui même de “parrain du hashtag”.  Il a officiellement inventé le hashtag de Twitter en août 2007,… Continue reading

L’Europe est-elle fâchée avec l’innovation ?

L’Union européenne  ne parvient pas à combler l’écart en matière d’innovation avec ses principaux concurrents internationaux, à savoir les États-Unis et le Japon. Bien que la tendance soit prometteuse dans la plupart des… Continue reading

Is technology making the office obsolete? Should it? | Techi.com

Is technology making the office obsolete? Should it? | Techi.com.

Are boutique startup accelerators the real tech bubble? – TNW Insider

It’s not at all uncommon that when something is successful, other companies attempt to mirror that success by following some of the same methods. From the first cars to the recent deluge of… Continue reading

Google/Motorola: la preuve que le système des brevets est en panne — CAVEAT EMPTOR

Google/Motorola: la preuve que le système des brevets est en panne — CAVEAT EMPTOR.

the Corporation- sous titre : français – YouTube

the Corporation- sous titre : français – YouTube.

9 handy social media tools to help monitor the financial markets

With the stock markets becoming of greater interest not only to investors but the general populous, monitoring existing and new trends in this area has become a hot topic. Therefore it’s vital that… Continue reading

Tech Clusters Do Not Not Really Work – Tech Europe – WSJ

One of the great paradoxes of the technology world has been, for an industrial sector that deals so much with the virtual, the importance of physical co-location, or so-called clusters.Clusters, it was argued… Continue reading

Marc Andreessen on Why Software Is Eating the World – WSJ.com

This week, Hewlett-Packard where I am on the board announced that it is exploring jettisoning its struggling PC business in favor of investing more heavily in software, where it sees better potential for… Continue reading

10 Ways Some Followers Are Ruining Your Twitter… | Bit Rebels

It’s one of the most debated topics on Twitter and is sure not going to stop anytime soon, the fact that we all want Twitter to be just how we like it to… Continue reading

Weaker Productivity Is a Worrying Sign – NYTimes.com

THERE’S been a lot of bad economic news lately, yet we may be overlooking the most disturbing development of all: our economic productivity has been weakening. This isn’t just a problem for the… Continue reading

Tracey Barnett: Technology stifling people’s empathy – Technology – NZ Herald News

They call it the “Love Lab”. After only one hour of observing video recordings of couples talking, University of Washington researcher John Gottman has acquired an astounding ability. He can predict whether that… Continue reading

The DNA of the World’s Most Innovative Companies

New research by INSEAD Professor Hal Gregersen sheds light on the innovation process and how firms can tap into it to raise their performance and their share… Show original

Les secrets de l’innovation chez Apple » Innovation Partagée – Le Blog

L’ère du management paradoxal » Management de l’intelligence collective

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Minority rules: Scientists discover tipping point for the spread of ideas

Scientists at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have found that when just 10 percent of the population holds an unshakable belief, their belief will always be adopted by the majority of the society. Show original

Think different

Via Scoop.it – Paris Tech TrendsINNOVATION is today’s equivalent of the Holy Grail. Rich-world governments see it as a way of staving off stagnation. Poor governments see it as a way of speeding… Continue reading

Myth #29: People are rational – UX Myths

Via Scoop.it – Paris Tech Trends UX Myths collects the most frequent user experience misconceptions and explains why they don’t hold true. Show original

A DIY Solution To the Surveilled Life: Noam Chomsky and Brian Eno in ‘Article 12’ | Motherboard

Via Scoop.it – Paris Tech Trends In the hubbub over ‘the end of anonymity’ comes Article 12, a documentary that proposes a solution to the soft-Orwellianism of modern life. Show original

Les jeunes sur Internet. Se construire un autre chez-soi

Via Scoop.it – Paris Tech Trends Guided by an ethnographic approach, we present an original profile typology of teens’ social practices on the Internet. Show original

Thoughts on Google Plus: The Magic Isn’t Social, It’s Semantic – semanticweb.com

Via Scoop.it – Paris Tech Trends Thoughts on Google Plus: The Magic Isn’t Social, It’s Semantic… Show original

How Iteration-itis Kills Good Ideas – Scott Anthony – Harvard Business Review

Via Scoop.it – Paris Tech Trends Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more. Show original

Pour une politique ambitieuse des données publiques – Rapport de l’Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (Juillet 2011)

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Cyberwar: It’s Not Fiction Anymore

Via Scoop.it – Paris Tech TrendsAfter devastating wars throughout history, humanity is well-acquainted with war in the physical realm. But we’re still unfamiliar with the concept of cyberwar, except perhaps in movie thrillers.… Continue reading

Internet change notre façon d’utiliser notre mémoire

Une équipe de psychologues américains a montré que les gens retenaient moins bien les informations qu’ils pouvaient retrouver facilement sur leur ordinateur. Show original