The director of the Media Psychology Research Center, Dr. Pamela Rutledge, thinks that the selfie is being over-analyzed. First, she says: ”they aren’t really that new”. She published in her column for Psychology Today that the term selfie was defined in UrbanDictionary.com in 2005, now, ”they’re just more prevalent”. Continue reading
“LinkedIn is increasingly becoming a very strong place for companies to develop their talent plans, their recruitment plans, and so there are ways in which we can track some of the momentum there” states Jeff Weiner, the chief executive officer (CEO) of LinkedIn, who has been able to convert something so simple as professional curriculums into a million-dollar business. Continue reading
The aim of this post, is to analyze how Fernando Alonso uses new technologies and specially social networks and how he introduces himself as a fan of this technological world online.
I have chosen Fernando because I consider him a well integrated person on the net as he says “I think there is never enough technology,” he may appreciate it because “Technology is our motivation and the main goal for engineers and designers”.
Fernando Alonso, the Spanish Formula One racing driver was born in Oviedo. His love for carts begun when he was only three years old. José Luis, his father, an amateur kart racer, built a kart for his daughter Lorena. Fernando liked it more than her sister and made his start in motor racing with her kart. From 1994 to 1997 he won karting championships in Spain, then, in 1996 Alonso became world karting champion.
The two-time World Champion has been racing for Scuderia Ferrari since 2010, nevertheless, he begun in Formula One world in 2001 with Minardi. When he was a 24-year-old Renault pilot he won the Formula One World Driver´s Championship title; he also became the youngest Formula One World Drivers´ Champion before Luis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel wrested these records from him. In 2007, he had joined McLaren before he decided to return to Renault between 2008 and 2009. Continue reading
Burón-Trainers is a shop located in Bilbao, near Deusto University, we sell principally trainers for every sporty people. Bellow, on the right side of this page you can find the logo of our brand, our name illustrates the sole of these amazing trainers. We have a great range of sports shoes, for any sport you can imagine and for any age. Apart from that you can create your own trainers, if you visit our web page (www.buron-trainers.es), you will find the steps to design your trainers and we will make your dream come true.
The age of technology, has displaced the handing out of advertising leaflets. This is the main reason, our company has made a conscious decision to move away from traditional advertising and focus on digital marketing with a big investment in social media.
In the spring of 1872, August Kuentzmann Damm and his wife Melanie left their native Alsace because of the franco-prussian war. Like many immigrants of their time, they chose Barcelona.
In 1876, August founded this beer company and after more than 130 years and eleven generations of Master Brewers, they continue to produce their beer with the same excitement as they did the first time.
This company has improved and developed to adapt to the latest advances in the technological area. Damm is easily found in social networks, being a spanish brand leader in Twitter in the food industry, it is the spanish company which has got most followers (6.000). This is the main reason why I have chosen Estrella Damm.
The aim of this post is to analize how this company “Estrella Damm” promotes around internet and social networks like Tuenti, YouTube, Facebook,…
The need of a so-called code of conduct seems out of question for many users of sites and bloggers. However,the mechanism which could help to achieve it are under discussion.The aim must be create a system for sites to state their policies.
First of all, I have to say that I have based my new entrance on 3 articles by Tim O´Reilly,”Draft Blogger’s Code of Conduct”,“Call for a Blogger’s Code of Conduct” and “Code of Conduct: Lessons Learned So Far”.
Everywhere are people who do not behave properly and do not use advantages and new tools well. The same that happens in real life takes place on the net. A lot of people try to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target other people on blogs. A lot of them are not brave enough to take responsibility for their own words and for the comments they write down on the net, and they signed as anonymous. If it was not harmful enough, weblogs have being created to encourage cyber-bullying. Right after, I will mention some ideas that Tim O´Reilly thinks might entail a code of conduct.