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Pourquoi le Huffington Post gagne de l'argent

15 April[ —]
L'immeuble du Huffington Post situé au coeur de Soho à New York, ne ressemble pas au majestueux gratte-ciel du New-York Times planté dans l'électrique quartier de Time Square. Il faut entrer dans l'immeuble pour trouver, sur une vieille plaque, parmi les noms inconnus d'autres sociétés, le logo vert et noir du média qui est en train de devenir le premier site d'informations américain.
Le Huffington Post est une “petite rédaction”, comparée au millier de journalistes du NY Times : 65 professionnels, dont 11 reporters, et 12 en charge des 6000 blogueurs actifs (...)

10 jan­vier 1998 : Les chô­meurs inves­tis­sent l'ancienne ANPE de la presqu'ile qu'ils trans­for­ment en squat social lyon­nais

15 April[ —]
Cet hiver 1997/1998 est celui du mou­ve­ment des chô­meurs et pré­cai­res où des dizai­nes de mil­liers de per­son­nes se révol­tent malgré tout contre la misère et les humi­lia­tions. La vita­lité et l'énergie de ce mou­ve­ment a défrayé la chro­ni­que pen­dant quel­ques mois dans tous les médias hexa­go­naux, et ces quel­ques dizai­nes de mil­liers de per­son­nes ont réussi à faire trem­bler le gou­ver­ne­ment socia­liste de Lionel Jospin.
Source: Rebellyon

The progressive ideals behind Open Government Data are being used to further interests of the neoliberal state

20 March[ —]
A range of social actors are pushing for Open Government Data, from open research advocates to the private sector, resulting in a complex and contested landscape. Jo Bates examines recent developments on how the government have been able to use the rhetoric of transparency for political ends, paving the way for the implementation of long term austerity. She argues we cannot make assumptions about the benefits of ‘openness' and must continue to revisit the data infrastructure and governance framework. (...)

How The CIA Uses Social Media to Track How People Feel

20 March[ —]
In a nondescript building in Virginia, “vengeful librarians” are tracking millions of tweets, blog posts, and Facebook updates from around the world
How stable is China? What are people discussing and thinking in Pakistan? To answer these sorts of question, the U.S. government has turned to a rich source: social media.(...)
Source: Euro-Police

The London Riots – On Consumerism coming Home to Roost | Zygmunt Bauman

31 January[ —]
These are not hunger or bread riots. These are riots of defective and disqualified consumers.
Revolutions are not staple products of social inequality; but minefields are. Minefields are areas filled with randomly scattered explosives: one can be pretty sure that some of them, some time, will explode – but one can't say with any degree of certainty which ones and when.









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