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Nobel Indian!

Whoever read today’s leading daily newspaper (TOI, Bangalore edition) would have felt little weird. At least, I felt weird. I was amused looking at the amount of columns over multiple pages dedicated on Delhi rape case which occurred few days back in an Uber cab, whereas no special mention about an Indian receiving Nobel peace prize! 198 more words

Social Media Impact

Measuring and Analysing Social Media Impact

The argument about whether cultural institutions and libraries should be embracing social media seems to be all but won as the benefits for both institution and user alike are numerous – there is however still a need for the impact of this social media use to be measured and analysed. 436 more words

Measuring And Analysis

Elizabeth Lauten and Lessons about Online Statements

I’m sure you’ve heard about the terrible comments made about the Obama daughters by Elizabeth Lauten. If you haven’t? The short version is that she slammed them on social media about being “classless” and dressing like “bar girls”. 513 more words

Current News

Missing Attention in Learning

Last week, something unexpected event happened to me on the impact created by social media among users. What’s the level of seriousness and interest in people to think, analyze and solve a problem? 503 more words

Learning

Social media impact: Dave's story

Nowadays, all businesses will be impacted by what people say and see online especially on social media. I love to recall the story of Dave and his guitar. 155 more words

Brand

Awareness of Tragic Limitations

The Arab Spring has now degenerated into a brutal Arab Winter, the political vacuum created by hopes for democratic rule have been filled by fundamentalist regimes. 585 more words

Justice

The Problem Isn't Over-Sharing. It's Over-Following

As social media has mutated into a ravenous, many tentacled time-eater, news from our friends about their families’ triumphs and trials has become omnipresent, unrelenting—a never-ending vacation slide show from hell. 726 more words

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