Teaching Is Becoming A More Digital and Interactive Experience ALREADY

Posted by on Sep 23, 2011 in Articles, New Media Technologies | No Comments
Teaching Is Becoming A More Digital and Interactive Experience ALREADY

Remember last week we discussed how, eventually, teaching will be transformed into a more digital and interactive experience. Well, here’s one whay we’re getting close. Check this out from 7notes:

Star Wars Blu-ray | Stand Up To Cancer

Posted by on Sep 23, 2011 in Articles, New Media Technologies, Social Media | No Comments
Star Wars Blu-ray | Stand Up To Cancer

This is a good Viral Marketing Campaign for a great cause – dont you wish we all had this sort of budget to make new media campaigns?

TV Lures Ads as Audiences Scatter – From WSJ.com

Posted by on Sep 21, 2011 in Articles, New Media Technologies, News | No Comments
TV Lures Ads as Audiences Scatter – From WSJ.com

This article was published TODAY in the Wall Street Journal and, coincidentally, it makes a case almost identical to what i said yesterday in class – that Ad agencies are still buying TV ads as that’s their “thing”. There is no incentive to change as that “new media” way of advertising may make them irrelevant in many ways.

State of the Media: The Social Media Report for Q3 2011 by Nielsen

Posted by on Sep 15, 2011 in Articles, News, Social Media | No Comments
State of the Media: The Social Media Report for Q3 2011 by Nielsen

Nielsen, the company that measures ratings for TV and online, has released its latest report on social media–and surprise–it indicates that social media is growing rapidly. Read it here or download it.

eBook: Unlocking Social Media for PR

Posted by on Sep 13, 2011 in Articles, Social Media | No Comments
eBook: Unlocking Social Media for PR

Sarah Skerik’s eBook, “Unlocking Social Media for PR,” illuminates the ways in which social media is changing the art & science of public relations.

The Transformation of TV and Video

Posted by on Sep 6, 2011 in Articles, New Media Technologies | No Comments
The Transformation of TV and Video

Everything we know about TV is changing. How it’s produced, structured, delivered and watched. It’s no longer passive, and it is certainly not defined by where and when people view it.

E-books’ popularity is rewriting the sales story

Posted by on Sep 6, 2011 in Articles, New Media Technologies | No Comments
E-books’ popularity is rewriting the sales story

E-books, once considered the new kids in town, are shaking up the world of publishing with surging sales.

What Happens When Mobile and Cloud Collide?

Posted by on Sep 2, 2011 in Articles, New Media Technologies | No Comments
What Happens When Mobile and Cloud Collide?

Mobility and cloud computing are colliding. So, what does this mean for the future of mobile devices? How soon will video-conference calls on our mobile devices become commonplace? How can service providers enhance their competitive position by delivering cloud and managed services?

The End of Social Media 1.0

Posted by on Sep 1, 2011 in Articles, Social Media | No Comments
The End of Social Media 1.0

The end of Social Media 1.0 is the beginning of a new era of business, consumer engagement, and relevance.

#AdaptOrDie

Social TV by the Numbers: VMAs Edition [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by on Aug 30, 2011 in Articles, Social Media | No Comments
Social TV by the Numbers: VMAs Edition [INFOGRAPHIC]

Trendrr put together this infographic that breaks down the social TV aspect of the award show. The 2011 VMAs generated more than 5.5 million social media mentions on Sunday.