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You Can Now Just Tell Facebook What You Want to See in News Feed | Re/code

“Facebook has come up with a new, simple approach to determine what you want to see at the top of your News Feed: It’s going to ask you.The social network, which is known for its ever-evolving News Feed algorithm, is rolling out a new “See First” option on Thursday, a way for people to identify […]
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A Game of You – Disruption Network Lab

“A GAME OF YOU: Into the Social Media Vortex” is the third event of the Disruption Network Lab…#GamerGate, Technovikings & Smart Media as a Psychedelic Webcomic – survival in the wild torrents of our digital lives with: Gabriel S Moses (sequential artist and graphic novelist, IL/DE), Zoe Quinn (video game developer and artist, Crash Override […]
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Beta-Testing #nordicfish: Simulation and Interaction in Virtual Environments

A rundown of some contributions to Joellyn Rock’s beta-testing project involving simulation and interaction in Virtual Environments. The project testing included a setup with tweets live performance-projected. Enjoy. [
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“Digital Disruption and the Death of Storytelling”

“In his latest book, Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now, Rushkoff argues that we no longer have a sense of direction because our culture has become too focused on the present. Today’s priorities take precedence, much to the detriment of long-term planning and cohesive communications strategies in marketing, advertising, politics and elsewhere.” Source: Digital Disruption […]
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Google+ Collections Is A-Go [For Some]

“It seems that while Google hasn’t actually released the official announcement yet (it’s expected this morning), the Collections feature we’ve heard so much about in recent days now appears to be going live for some users.” Source: Google+ Collections Feature Begins Its Rollout